Economist Rodrigo Chaves assumes presidency of Costa Rica

The mission of the right-winger, who has a three-decade career at the World Bank, is to "save the economy" of the Central American country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Economist Rodrigo Chaves became Costa Rica's 49th president for the period 2022-2026 on Sunday, May 8, with the primary task of saving the economy of one of the countries with the most stable democracies in Latin America.

The ceremony took place . . .

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