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According to the CIA World Factbook, Costa Rica's main exports are bananas, pineapples, coffee, melons, ornamental plants, sugar, beef, seafood, electronic components and medical equipment; the main imports are raw mater... More »

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Costa Rica, or the Republic of Costa Rica, has nearly 5 million citizens as of 2015 and is about 20,000 square miles in size. This small country, only the size of West Virginia, is not only rich in nature and history, bu... More »

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The majority of France’s exports include valuable commodities such as steel, machinery, pharmaceutical products, consumer products, petroleum, chemicals, iron and transportation equipment. France’s imports include crude ... More »

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The Republic of Nicaragua's major imports include petroleum products, raw materials, machinery and equipment, consumer goods and packaged medicines. About 17 percent of the top five imports of Nicaragua come from the Uni... More »

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According to the official Costa Rica tourism site, Costa Rica is famous for many things, such as plants and animals, exotic locations, the surrounding ocean life, adventure tours and the culture. Costa Rica is especially... More »

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Costa Rica offers vacationers opportunities to enjoy pristine beaches, rainforests, volcanoes, jungles and unique wildlife among other attractions. The culture is generally casual and laid-back, and the primary language ... More »

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