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Costa Rica: bright outlook amid short term headwinds

Growth in Costa Rica is likely to slow by more in 2024 than officials currently expect amid weaker growth in the US, high commodity prices and tight fiscal policy. Further ahead, though, a burgeoning medical goods sector, robust FDI inflows and the potential to benefit from “friendshoring” mean that Costa Rica’s economy is likely to outperform others in the region.

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