Friday, June 30, 2006

Costa Rican Economy recovers

Photo by Getty Images(Nacion.com) - The economy of Costa Rica presents a marked recovery. The data to March this year –the most recent fully available– show a 6.8 percent increased as compared to the same period ending in March 2005.

According to analysts, the improvement is boosted by the exports from free zones, the agricultural sector, and the sales of communication services.

The estimate and integration coordinator of the Monthly Index of Economic Activity of the Central Bank, Elvia Campos, said that in the first three months in 2006, the economy of Costa Rica expanded 3 percent more than in the same period last year, when the increase was 2.5 percent.

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