SALVADOR BANK CHIEF SAYS GOALS TO BE MET

SALVADOR BANK CHIEF SAYS GOALS TO BE MET

El Salvador will end 1993 with 5 percent economic growth and an inflation rate of 12 percent, the head of the country's central bank said.

''We are sure that the goal established in the monetary program of having 12 percent inflation and economic growth of 5 percent will be met," Central Bank president Roberto Orellana said at a press conference here.Orellana attributed the expected growth to confidence in the government's market economy policies and peace accords signed early this year that ended El Salvador's 12-year civil war.