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Unformatted text preview: poorest 20% of Costa Rica only held’s 4% of the total income per day. In 1998 during one of Costa Rica’s biggest crises about 9.6% of the people fell under the World Bank’s poverty line, that is set in less than 1 us dollar per day. The delegation of Costa Rica has thought of the following measures, the elimination of all free trade agreements, because this remove the taxes a country can make from exporting goods is reduced, this also helps the exporting countries because they will not have the need to give fake or unreal prices for those goods. And the creation of a world wide common wealth whose main purpose is to help those in need due to poverty....
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This note was uploaded on 08/09/2011 for the course --- --- taught by Professor --- during the Spring '10 term at Universidad Iberoamericana.
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