Costa Rica has only about 5 million inhabitants, but that has not prevented them from being at the forefront of innovation in Latin America.
If they were known as exporters of coffee and bananas, the "ticos" evolved towards the manufacture of microchips in the 90s and then towards the export of services and advanced technology, taking advantage of the talent of an educated and bilingual population.
But that is just one of the many reasons that have allowed the Central American country to follow a path very different from that of neighbors such as […]
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