Costa Rican exports predicted to increase in the early months of the current year
Costa Rican exports are predicted to show real growth in the first third of this year. So expects the Ministry of Foreign Trade and industrialists, alleging that in 2010 they almost made it out of the hole caused by the crisis of 2009.
Data from November 2010shows that the country exported goods worth $8.6 billion, which is near the $8.98 billion placed abroad between January and November 2008, before the global economic crisis.
That figure exceeds the $7.9 billion placed between January and November 2009 – the height of the world-wide plight on exports.
Original source: The Costa Rica News