Costa Rica lowers GDP growth forecast for 2022 to 3.4%

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SAN JOSE, April 29 (Reuters) – Costa Rica lowered its economic growth projection for 2022 to 3.4%, down from the 3.9% set in January, the country’s central bank announced on Friday.”The downward revisions reflect the more adverse external environment, characterized by high uncertainty, lower global growth and a significant deterioration in terms of trade on…

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