The World Bank is working with the Nicaraguan government in creating a plan that will appropriate 80 million dollars a year to Nicaragua. The funds from the World Bank are intended to help improve the Nicaraguan economy and standard of living.

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While in the past ten years, the price of products rose 53%, this is not enough to pay for the 209% increase in labor costs.

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Only 8% of Costa Rican universities and their accompanying degrees are accredited by the Sistema Nacional de Acreditación de la Educación Superior (Sinaes), making those professional graduates with legitimate certified degrees a minority within Costa Rica, according to the Estado de la Educación.

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In recent years, Brazilian households have seen exponential growth in digital connectivity and daily internet use, and nearly all of it is due to mobile phones.

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