Acajutla


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Acajutla

(äkäho͞ot`lä), town (1993 17,233), SW El Salvador, on the Pacific Ocean. It is a coffee and fishing port, a railroad terminus, and a resort. Sugar is an important export.
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Monitoring of oysters and sediments in Acajutla, El Salvador.
Major but sporadic seizures of precursor chemicals imported from China have been reported at the Acajutla seaport in prior years, though none were recorded in 2016.
Highlights include Cartagena in Colombia, Oranjestad in Aruba, Caldera in Costa Rica, Acajutla El Salvador, plus sites in Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, Belize, Cuba and Jamaica.
At least 3 bee swarms were again noted while pierside in Acajutla, El Salvador, starting on June 17.
El nuevo gobierno inicio un proceso de modernizacion de la economia y de la administracion publica, donde el Estado comenzo a desempenar un papel mas dinamico en la economia y, gracias al buen precio del cafe, se pudieron realizar grandes obras de infraestructura, como la Central Hidroelectrica del rio Lempa y el puerto de Acajutla (Historia General de Centroamerica, Tomo V, De la Posguerra a la Crisis (1945-1979), 1993).
A design has been presented for a power generating plant of 355 MW based on natural gas to be constructed in Acajutla and which will begin operating in 2018, reports elsalvador.com (Aug.
SolarReserve, a global developer of utility-scale solar power projects and advanced thermal energy storage technology, has signed an agreement for its 20 megawatt Acajutla photovoltaic solar power project in El Salvador.
* Logistical Infrastructure Project ($109.6 million MCC funds/$15.7 million Salvadoran funds): will widen the part of El Salvador's coastal highway that connects the airport and the Ports of La Union and Acajutla and improve border crossing facilities into Honduras at El Amatillo.