Wednesday, 28 October 2020

Costa Rica Takes Gold For Most Prosperous In Central America, According to CNN Español (Video)

Screen capture from CNN Dinero video
Screen capture from CNN Dinero video

Q COSTA RICA – Costa Rica, the land of “Pura Vida”,  takes the gold medal for being the most prosperous country in Central America and the second in Latin America, according to a video by CNN Dinero, the CNN Money in Spanish, published November 18, 2016

On the list of awards the economic effects of the Donald Trump phenomenon in Mexico, the U.S. penitentiary system and global warming among others.

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Explaining the “Pura Vida” economics is CNN en Español correspondent Samanta Lugo from Managua, Nicaragua.

Watch the video below or click here.

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