The economic performance of Costa Rica improved considerably over the past four years after the sharp decline in production during the period 1980-1982. During that period, inflation grew at an unprecedented rate, the exchange rate parity underwent abrupt changes, and financial imbalances reached critical proportions. This led to a drop of approximately 15 % in the per capita gross domestic product and to a widespread climate of uncertainty.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
Countries: Costa Rica
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