Migration and Nearshoring in Costa Rica
At a retreat hosted by the Wilson Center’s Latin American Program and The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands in advance of the Ninth Summit of the Americas, Gabriela Castro Mora, investment policy director at the Ministry of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica, discusses the challenges Costa Rica is facing in addressing new migration flows and its goals to advance its nearshoring and renewable energy policy.
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