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Costa Rica concludes participation in the World Economic Forum

The presidential delegation, led by the President of the Republic, Rodrigo Chaves Robles, and integrated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arnoldo André Tinoco,...

Costa Rican President Rodrigo Chaves will attend World Economic Forum

The President of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves Robles, will make his first international trip with the objective of seeking more foreign investment that will...

Costa Rica falls seven spots in Global Competitiveness Index

Costa Rica now ranks fifth in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Cynthia Castro: the Costa Rican psychologist fighting for global gender equality

Straight talk for everyone from Pope Francis, to business owners, to Costa Rican men who don't pull their weight at home. That's Cynthia Castro, a woman on a mission.

Costa Rica ranks fifth in gender gap in Latin America

Costa Rica ranks 32 out of 144 countries in the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s Global
 Gender Gap Report 2016.

Costa Rica drops two spots in global competitiveness ranking

The World Economic Forum ranked Costa Rica fourth in Latin America and second in Central America behind Panama.

Costa Rica is the most expensive destination in Central America, says WEF

The report released in May showed that Costa Rica is the most expensive destination on the isthmus but also one of its best values. Costa Rica ranked 42nd in the world on the global ranking, behind Mexico (30) and Panama (34) in the region.

Costa Rica rises in global ranking of travel, tourism competitiveness

The World Economic Forum ranked Costa Rica the fourth most tourism-ready economy in Latin America. Still, tourism sector leaders believe the country “can and should rank better.”

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