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Mahogany Bay in Honduras, where tourism and hospitality has attracted people to invest

FDI Leaps 60% as More Foreigners Invest in Honduras

Foreign direct investment (FDI) jumped an impressive 60% in Honduras in the first half of 2021 compared to the same period for the previous year. The news is a sign of the Central American country’s economic reactivation following the turmoil of the global pandemic, as more foreigners look to invest in Honduras. According to newly …

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Invest in Costa Rica: Scheme Offers Credit for Green Biz

A scheme led by banks seeks to encourage more people to invest in Costa Rica by offering credit to companies focused on sustainable development and the green economy. At least 13 financial institutions have signed up to the ‘Green Protocol’, which sees them offering loans to small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with an environmental focus, …

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Scarlet macaws in Costa Rica, where the first meeting of the Caribbean Triangle was held

Caribbean Triangle Promotes CR-Panama-DR Business

A new initiative known as the ‘Caribbean Triangle’ seeks to promote business and cooperation between Costa Rica, Panama, and the Dominican Republic — three of the most developed and investment-friendly economies in Central America and the Caribbean.   Holding its first meeting on September 8, representatives of the three nations came together in Costa Rica’s capital …

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Los Planes de Renderos, San Salvador, capital of El Salvador, where gorwth forcasts for the economy have been upgraded

El Salvador Economy: 2021 Growth Projection Jumps 50%

El Salvador’s growth projection has jumped 50% since June, with the Salvadoran government now reporting that it expects the economy to grow 9% in 2021. That gives the El Salvador economy one of the strongest growth forecasts in Latin America. According to Douglas Rodriguez, the president of El Salvador’s central bank, the main drivers of …

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A remote worker, like those being encouraged to consider moving to Costa Rica

Moving to Costa Rica: New Law Targets Digital Nomads

A new law seeks to attract digital nomads into moving to Costa Rica by offering a renewable one-year visa with generous tax incentives. Officially named the ‘Law to Attract Workers and Remote Providers of International Services,’ the measure was signed into law by President Carlos Alvarado on August 11, having originally been approved by the …

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