TITLE

4 TRADE INDICATORS: IMPORTS INTO COSTA RICA: 4.1 INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY

PUB. DATE
July 2007
SOURCE
Costa Rica Economic Studies;2007, p239
SOURCE TYPE
Country Report
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Section 1, Chapter 4 of the book "Executive Report on Strategies in Costa Rica," by Philip M. Parker is presented. It explores the imports categories that are of outmost importance to Costa Rica. It relates the import estimates of the country using historical indicators and econometric models and offers details on the imports made by the state for largest categories. It asserts that all figures provided are based on forecasts combined with internal information sources for strategic planning.
ACCESSION #
35791450

 

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