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The Costa Rican Government
Since the nineteenth century, when Costa Rica gained independence from Spain, on September fifteenth, 1821, there have been few interruptions in this democratic development. With a population of over 3.8 million Spanish-speaking residents, Costa Rica, a largely agricultural country, has expanded its economy to include strong technology and tourism sectors. This democratic republic has very high temperatures being only about seven hundred miles from the equator. Surrounded by two well-known bodies of water, the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, It is a great tourist attraction. One very…
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