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Costa Rica and Panama in times of Coronavirus

The worldwide pandemic has devastated the world’s health care systems. Poorer and underdeveloped countries have especially been hit hard by the current health crisis. For years relocation organizations have been promoting Panama as a retirement haven. Panama’s drawing card is its low cost of living...

One important reason Costa Rica is a better retirement choice than Panama

(QCOSTARICA) After the U.S. pulled out of Panama on December 31, 1999 a gap was left in the country’s economy. One of the ways the Panamanian government tried to compensate for the loss of U.S. revenue was to try and attract foreign retirees by...

Why do many millennials yearn to leave Costa Rica?

Tania Cordero is 25, from Cartago and a month ago she returned from London, England, where she stayed for a year, two periods of six months each. She is passionate about the possibility of living outside Costa Rica, although she loves the country where she...

25 Countries Where Your Pension Check Goes Furthest: Costa Rica Is 24th

When it’s time to retire, you may find your pension benefits don’t go far. For Americans and Canadians you haven’t saved enough to continue to live the lifestyle you want in in your home country, and many haven’t — there are other places you...

In ageing Thailand, developers race to supply locals and elderly expats

(Reuters) - At 79, Thai businessman Boon Vasin’s latest $500 million venture is a bet on a market he knows well - looking after Thailand’s rapidly growing population of old people Not only is Thailand ageing faster than its neighbors, but it is also becoming...

Costa Rica Second in Expat Destinations in 2017

Costa Rica was chosen as the second best country to live abroad, according to a survey conducted by expat resource website InterNations. InterNations reports surveying more than 12,500 expat members from 166 different nationalities to get their take on their adopted countries, who evaluated more than...

The Juice Box

By Galya Gerstman. The other day my friend Mark and I were discussing his theory of how you can judge the level of a country’s “civilization” by how trustworthy you perceive their police force to be. We were lamenting that we no longer felt that...


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