Costa Rica is the 71st largest export economyThe management of money, currency and trade of a nation. The... in the world and the 55th most complex economyThe management of money, currency and trade of a nation. The... according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI).
In 2014, Costa Rica exported $21.3B and imported $13B, resulting in a positive tradeThe buying and selling or exchange of goods and services. Th... balance of $8.26B. In 2014 the GDP of Costa Rica was $49.6B and its GDP per capitaFor each person in the population. Per head. An expression o... was $14.9k.
The top exports of Costa Rica are Integrated Circuits ($7.77B), Office Machine Parts ($3.12B), Bananas ($1.54B), Tropical Fruits ($1.49B) and Medical Instruments ($646M), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification.
Its top imports are Refined Petroleum ($2.03B), Integrated Circuits ($980M), Cars ($514M), Broadcasting Equipment ($365M) and Computers ($185M).
The top export destinations of Costa Rica are Malaysia ($3.4B), the Netherlands ($3.01B), the United States ($2.68B), Mexico ($2.53B) and Hong Kong ($1.55B).
The top import origins are the United States ($5.91B), China ($1.1B), Mexico ($984M), Japan ($479M) and Guatemala ($404M).
Laos holds a place of 134th out of 189 popular countries(economically) in case of doing a business in country.’Getting Credit’ is one of the topics in which Laos has decreased it’s ranking from 128 to 70. But the country has increased it’s ranking from 145 to 153 in case of ‘Starting a Business’.
A fixed sales taxKnown as VAT (Value Added Tax) in the UK. A tax based on the... rate of 13% is applied at all stages of the sale of merchandise or the invoicing of certain limited services. The taxA fee imposed by a government on personal or corporate incom... is levied on (i) sales of merchandise within the national territory (except sales of land, buildings, exports, and certain basic necessity items, such as basic foodstuffs, certain medicines, and veterinary products); (ii) the value of services performed by restaurants, bars, motels, printing companies, social and recreational clubs, painting and repair shops, and others; and (iii) imports consisting of merchandise for personal use or consumption or to satisfy commercial needs
Costa-Rica holds a place of 58th out of 189 popular countries(economically) in case of doing a business in country.’Getting Credit’ is one of the topics in which Costa-Rica has increased it’s ranking from 90 to 7. But the country has decreased it’s ranking from 116 to 121 in case of ‘Starting a Business’.