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The Failure Institute, directed by Leticia Gasca, has created the Global Failure Index. This index is “a roadmap” that is designed to explain why businesses close so frequently in Mexico.

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The current State of Brazil is under scrutiny. The time to confront its economic status and finally put it “in shape” has arrived.

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Sugar cane pulp, yucca starch, wheat fiber, and cornstarch, among many other materials are considered environmentally friendly alternatives for plastic in Costa Rica.

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The public and private sectors of the Ecuadorian Productive Tax Council have reached consensus in five key areas. However, the final plan is dependent on the president, Lenín Moreno.

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In Colombia, buying products from discount stores like D1, Justo & Bueno, and Ara might actually cost you more than in large supermarket chains like Éxito, Olímpico and Jumbo.

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Chile has been the world’s leading producer in copper mining, but Peru would like to change that.

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Families of earthquake victims who died at work in Mexico are entitled to receive compensation and other payments.

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In the next five years, the Instituto Nacional de Formación Técnico Profesional (Infotep) plans to train 61,123 young bilinguals to work at call centers in the technical, financial, health, tourism, hotel, and telecommunications fields.

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Yerba mate is a traditional South American drink with a number of health benefits.

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Costa Rica is Latin America’s second most competitive country, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report for 2017-18. Costa Rica improved in seven areas to be ranked 47 out of 137 countries globally.

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