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Economy

Costa Rica Seeks to Tax Cryptocurrency Purchases and Gross sales

On Monday March 21st, 2022, The Ministry of Finance submitted their proposal in La Gaceta, Costa Rica’s official newspaper for government affairs. Now, the...
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9 Common Questions About Cryptocurrency in Costa Rica

We all know that Bitcoin is the future of digital currencies. Soon each and every country in the world will start transacting through cryptocurrency,...

Costa Rica unemployment drops slightly

Unemployment in Costa Rica was 16.4% in the moving quarter from June to August 2021, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INEC). Compared to...

Costa Rica warns of pandemic’s economic impact

President Carlos Alvarado warned of "instability in developing economies" due to the ongoing economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

Costa Rica tops in attracting foreign investment: report

Costa Rica was the world’s best-performing country relative to its size in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), according to analysis from fDi Intelligence. 

Costa Rica unemployment rate at 17.7%

Unemployment in Costa Rica was 17.7% in the moving quarter from March to May 2021, according to the  National Institute of Statistics and Census (Inec).

Costa Rica unemployment rate falls slightly to 17.3%

Unemployment in Costa Rica was 17.3% in the moving quarter from February to April 2021, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Census (Inec).

Costa Rica unemployment rate remains elevated at 18.7%

Unemployment in Costa Rica was 18.7% in the moving quarter from January to March 2021, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Census (Inec). 

Costa Rica unemployment rate remains among world’s highest

Unemployment in Costa Rica fell to 18.5% in the moving quarter from December to February, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Census (Inec).

Costa Rica creates commission to address gender unemployment gap

In context of International Women's Day, Costa Rican leaders on Monday signed a decree to create a commission to address the country's unemployment gap. 

Costa Rica unemployment disproportionately impacts women

Unemployment in Costa Rica is at 19.1%, but the job loss provoked by the pandemic has predominantly impacted women.
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