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Appeasing the masses

Costa Rica is holding presidential elections amidst a growing fiscal deficit.

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Volume 3 – Issue 6

Editor’s note

Let’s be honest, Latin America is no Singapore. Eye-watering bureaucracy, endless red tape and chronic underinvestment in...

Appeasing the masses

Costa Rica is holding presidential elections amidst a growing fiscal deficit.

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