Costa Rica: National Development Plan 2011-2014
The government agenda is based on four areas: social welfare, public safety and social peace, environment and land management, competitiveness and innovation.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
The plan presented by President Laura Chinchilla and the Minister of Planning, Laura Alfaro, proposed 11 major objectives, which included reducing unemployment from 7.8% in 2009, at a rate of 6% by 2014.
The president, Laura Chinchilla, has set the economic target of achieving annual average growth of between 5% and 6%.
Authorities presented a preview of the Five Year Development Plan 2010-2014; it stirred generalized criticism in the country.
The Government of El Salvador plans to invest $4.86 billion until 2014, but has only secured funding for $2.32 billion so far.
The Guatemalan government has formally introduced a comprehensive development plan which sets out long-term goals to accelerate economic growth.
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