ICEFI

AcronymDefinition
ICEFIInstituto Centroamericano de Estudios Fiscales
ICEFIInternet Closed-End Fund Investor (South Pasadena, CA)
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Sin embargo, el sector financiero paso de un 11 %, en 1980, a un 16.4 %, en el 2015 (ICEFI, 2015, 215; BCH, 2015).
En este ultimo sector habia que tomar en cuenta transversalmente a las companias extranjeras establecidas en el pais (ICEFI, 2015, 231).
Familias como los Canahuati, Kattan, Chain y Facusse invirtieron en el campo de las maquilas; por su parte, los Faraj, Atala y Canahuati lo hicieron en el campo financiero; los Facusse, Kafie y Nasser en la agroindustria, generacion de energia electrica y en otros sectores; los Rosenthal y Goldstein se dedicaron a la agroindustria, la produccion de cemento y las telecomunicaciones; los Maaloufy Faraj en centros comerciales; Santos y Williams, en construccion; y los Ferrari y Rosenthal en television por cable y transmisiones de datos (ICEFI, 2015, 234-235).
Guatemala es el pais de America Latina con el nivel mas bajo de recaudacion de impuestos, el cual ha variado entre el 7,8 y el 12 por ciento entre 1995 y el 2012 (ICEFI, 2015); pues ha sido imposible hacer reformas significativas al sistema de recaudacion tributaria debido a la oposicion de la elite economica (Valdez y Palencia Prado, 1998; Schneider, 2012; ICEFI, 2015).
(4) En ese mismo gobierno, Federico Moreno fungio como viceministro de Comunicaciones, Infraestructura y Vivienda (ICEFI, 201).
Icefi says public spending on children and young people amounts to US$0.70 per child, which is "clearly insufficient," says Contreras.
He's not the king of Guatemala," says ICEFI's senior economist Ricardo Barrientos.
A study published by ICEFI showed that incentives such as low wages and tax breaks date back to the 1960s when Central American countries adopted import-substitution policies and they became increasingly popular in the 1990s.
ICEFI says this dynamic growth has been led by an increase in exports, private-sector investment, and domestic consumption.
ICEFI predicts that this year, Central America's economy will grow by approximately 4%, mainly as a result of steady growth in Panama, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua.
However, ICEFI points out that economic growth has not led to growth in formal employment.
However, ICEFI's report notes that the country's present growth can be largely attributed to the expansion of the Panama Canal, which is scheduled for completion by 2013.