Archive for the ‘Costa Rica’ Category

Is Costa Rica the Silicon Valley of Latin America?

Courtesy of the New York Times, a report on Costa Rica, a country which some call the Silicon Valley of Latin America: Americans used to think of China as a place to do business and Latin America as a place to vacation. More recently, our neighbors to the south are seen as the source of […]

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Fierce Demand is Leading Companies to Look for Tech Talent in Smaller Markets Like Bucharest and Hanoi

Courtesy of Quartz, a look at 20 “emerging markets” where companies are searching for tech talent: Despite more than 30,000 layoffs in the tech industry so far this year, some markets are actually seeing the demand for tech talent surpass supply, leading companies around the world to search for talent in smaller, “emerging markets,” according to a new report. […]

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Costa Rica Again Tops List of FDI Overachievers

Courtesy of fdi Intelligence, a look at list of FDI overachievers: Costa Rica, North Macedonia and the UAE were the world’s best foreign direct investment (FDI) performers relative to the size of their economies in 2022.  In the eighth edition of fDi Intelligence’s Greenfield FDI Performance Index, Costa Rica retained its position as the country that attracts […]

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