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    Digital Animation of Costa Ricans Is Valued in International Markets

    According to a recent study entitled “Profile of Digital Animation in Costa Rica”, carried out by the Foreign Trade Promoter (PROCOMER), this...

    Costa Rica: A Country Full of Opportunities for Entrepreneurship and Investment

    In a broad sense, Costa Rica’s economy lies in tourism, agriculture, and the export of electronic equipment and services.

    Costa Rica: One of the Most Innovative Countries in Latin America

    With less than 5 million inhabitants, it has not prevented Costa Rica from being at the forefront of innovation in Latin America....

    Car Rental Industry Is Accelerated and Reports 70% Occupations

    Sun and beach, followed by ecotourism, adventure, and the pursuit of well-being, make Costa Rica a desired destination worldwide. During 2018 of...

    Challenges for Achieving More Sustainable Agriculture

    First, we must bear in mind that by 2050 the world population is expected to grow to 9.7 billion people, of which 700 million...

    How Costa Rica Became One of the Most Innovative Countries in Latin America

    This country has a little less than 5 million inhabitants. But that has not prevented Costa Rica from being at the forefront of innovation...

    Investing in Infrastructure as a Way of Boosting the Costa Rican Economy in 2019

    In a situation such as the one currently experienced by Costa Rica, one of the ways to boost the economy is to increase the...

    The Longest Canopy On the Planet Built by Ticos

    The desire to promote adventure tourism was the reason that led a company with Costa Rican capital to impose a new Guinness Record in...
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    Costa Rica Means Prosperity in Central America

    Sometimes when we look at rankings we only care the position our country is in. Many times the list doesn't mean much by itself,...

    Costa Rica proves that GDP does not measure quality of life

    Two recent reports prove that GDP does not measure quality of life, using Costa Rica as an example for other countries. The two reports are...

    Government proposes 1.453% of GDP to public universities

    The government proposed Thursday that the percentage of the gross domestic product (GDP) determined for public universities that benefit from the Special Fund for Higher...

    The Government of Costa Rica Presented 2013 Budget to Congress

    San Jose - The Government of Costa Rica presented to Congress the budget for 2013 by U.S. $ 12.888 million, 7.7% higher than in...

    Chinchilla Preferring To Optimize Debt Collection Over New Tax Reform

    Costa Rica President Laura Chinchilla ruled out a Costa Rica tax reform to solve the deficit, preferring to optimize debt collection. Chinchilla’s concern is about...
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