Costa Rica is the one of the best examples of what happens when obstacles like the coming and going between state paternalism and trade affect the social and economic development.
While receiving an award from the National Association for Economic Development for Freedom (ANFE) 2014, Juan Carlos Hidalgo gave a stark analysis of the Costa Rican situation, which highlights the apparent contradictions between sustained economic growth and the painful reality of growing poverty.
An article in The Economist notes the apparent inconsistency between the socialist and revolutionary past of the president of Nicaragua, and his current policy of courting foreign investment.
Electoral advertising portrays on giant billboards the former guerrilla leader, who helped overthrow the Somoza dictatorship in 1979 and still leads the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN), as a socialist.
Beyond appearances and the sense of belonging in Latin America, there are at least two Latin Americas when it comes to culture, politics and economy.
The establishment of democracy in the new Latin America is a vital metamorphosis that for a long time was not expected. Is its a historical refutation of those ideologists who condemn some nations to despotism in name of some not so well known cultural differentiation? It is also a refutation of those ultra-liberals in Latin America, wayward disciples of Milton Friedman who for a long time preferred the "illustrated despotism" of the generals in order to get to the market economy: Pinochetism is now presented as a local accident, not as a need.
Panamá Pacífico with thousands of interested visitors to its stand in Expocomer 2010, not only offered the Key Note speech of thursday, but launched the residential phase of this great development on the banks of the Panama Canal
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