In Costa Rica a proposal has been made to implement free zone regimes linked to universities with internship programs in companies.
The Ministry of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica plans to implement free zone models in Guanacaste linked to universities such as the Earth and Invenio Universities, both located in areas which are far away from the greater metropolitan area. The plan by Minister Alexander Mora is to promote the attraction of investment in these areas offering the benefits of a free trade area linked to access to skilled labor.
From splits and smoothies to breads and pies, bananas have become an international food staple. But growing this "fruit of wise men," as it was dubbed by famed botanist Carl Linnaeus, has become one of the worst activities for environmental health.
Vast acres of rain forest are cut down worldwide to create plantations, while workers spray tons of herbicides and pesticides to keep weeds, fungi, and root-nibbling pests away from the disease-prone banana plants.
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The Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala (USAC, University of San Carlos of Guatemala) was one of the earliest universities to be founded in the Americas. It was decreed a university on January 31, 1676 by royal command of King Charles II of Spain. It had previously been known as the Escuela de Santo Tomás (School of Saint Thomas), founded in 1562 by the priest Francisco Marroquín. The University finally gained international acceptance by Official Decree from Pope Innocent XI, on June 18, 1687.
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