After the Legislative Assembly ratified the country's accession to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the business sector is of the opinion that this will help consolidate the institutional reforms needed to make the State more efficient.
The Assembly informed that by approving in the second debate the bill 22.187, which contains the agreement
on the terms of accession, the deputies gave the green light to Costa Rica's accession to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
The news was well received by the business sector, since joining this organization could make viable a series of institutional transformations that the country needs to advance in key issues for economic development.
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, president of the Chamber of Industries, told Crhoy.com that "... 'the incorporation to such an important group of countries will allow us to advance in institutional reforms necessary to make a more efficient State, following the best practices of the most developed nations. The continuous improvement and the high standards of the OECD in terms of public policies will improve the country's competitiveness and the conditions for economic reactivation and employment generation'.
For the Costa Rica
n Chamber of Exporters (Cadexco), being part of 37 economies
, among them strategic economic powers, will facilitate links with important markets for international trade and improve the positioning of the exportable supply.
According to Melissa Marin, Tax Manager at Grant Thornton, "... in the midst of the current situation, this is great news for the social and economic development of Costa Rica, which, hopefully, will allow us to face the crisis we are going through in the future in a better way
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