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Who Has the Best Business Climate – Costa Rica or Panama?

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America Economia has published its list of the best cities for business and ranks Panama’s capital city over San Jose, Costa Rica. Both San Salvador, El Salvador and Tegucigalpa, Honduras fell to the bottom of the list.

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Original Article Text From Prensa Grafica via Google Translate :

San Salvador Little Draws for Business

Central American cities that meet the best business climate are Panama City and San José (Costa Rica), as published in the magazine America Economia’s ranking of “Best Cities for Business in Latin America” ​​stood to San Salvador and Tegucigalpa in positions 42 and 46, respectively.

The evaluation states that one is the most attractive and 46, the least attractive. Winners and leaders presented the list are Mexican magazine Miami (USA), Sao Paulo (Brazil) and Santiago (Chile).

In fact, there are 12 Brazilian cities listed and six Mexican states. Panama City, a dollarized country also, stood at No. 7, while San Jose, at 12. Managua, capital of Nicaragua, was ranked 37 and Guatemala City in 41. publication by Latin America gave significant weight to the “framework and economic dynamism” to give an assessment. Of all the elements considered, the economic performance is 25%.

Then continue the social and political framework, with 15%. Other aspects, such as business services and infrastructure, for example, have a lower proportion in the note.

The Central American cities that lost ranking positions compared to 2011 was Guatemala City (2), San Salvador (4) and Tegucigalpa (4 ). Managua won 4 and both San Jose and Panama City remained. Among other details, the highest income per capita are in the United States and Brazil.

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