Costa Rica stresses increased trade
After Chile, Costa Rica is the country with the best conditions in Latin America for trade and business, according to a study from the World Economic Forum.
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
The report said in part that Costa Rica "is open to imports, with a relatively low level of tariff and non-tariff barriers, and its customs offices are efficient."
Although there are countries in Latin American where paying taxes is an even more cumbersome task, the country needs to improve both the rules and the operation of the tax collection system.
Central America: Costa Rica first (55 in the world), followed by Panamá (59), El Salvador (77), Guatemala (80), Honduras (89), Nicaragua (115).
Costa Rica (43 in the world) rank at the top in Central America, followed by Panama (53), El Salvador (56), Guatemala (58), Honduras (66), Nicaragua (77).
América Economía published its 2010 ranking of the best business schools in Latin America and the world.
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