El Salvador is the smallest and one of the most densely populated countries in Latin America. Since the end of the civil war (1980-1992), the country has managed to achieve a stable—although highly polarized—democracy and embarked on an ambitious process of economic reform and liberalization culminating in dollarization in 2001.
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Jamaica, a small, open, middle-income economy, is among the world’s most indebted countries. Since 2009, the IDB’s relationship with Jamaica has been guided by two updates of a 2006-09 Country Strategy (CS) and one new CS (2013-14), with a 2.5 year CS vacuum in the middle.
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