Central America

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Employment Law in El Salvador: a Guide

For anyone looking to register a business in El Salvador or already active in this Central American market, getting to grips with and properly implementing employment law is critical to maintaining your company’s good standing and maximizing its chances of success. Employment law in El Salvador is overseen by the Ministry of Labor and Social …

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Employer of Record for Payroll Outsourcing in Costa Rica

Payroll outsourcing in Costa Rica can be a great option for anyone looking to streamline their core operations and hand off an administration-heavy task associated with doing business in the Central American country. While a traditional accounting firm in Costa Rica can be contracted for the job, it will also be offered by an employer …

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Starting a Business in Costa Rica: Why and How

Starting a business in Costa Rica is a popular choice among foreign investors seeking to enter Latin America, thanks to a number of factors that make it a favourable investment destination. Those include a stable economy, low levels of crime, a sizable expat community, and an investment-friendly environment.  For anyone looking to incorporate a company …

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World Bank’s Latin America Growth Forecast Jumps

The World Bank’s forecast for growth in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2021 has jumped by more than one-fifth compared to predictions made just four months ago. The revised Latin America growth forecast is the latest indication of the region’s positive economic outlook following the turmoil of the global pandemic. According to “Recovering Growth” …

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