More details on the El Salvador Bitcoin Plan Emerge as President Nayib Bukele addressed the nation last night to offer more details. El Salvador President… Read More »El Salvador Bitcoin Law Goes Into Effect September 7 Says President Bukele in National Address
Three Reasons why El Salvador’s Bitcoin Fetish is Nothing More than a Pipe Dream and a Publicity Stunt
Nestor Quixtan takes a pragmatic look at Bitcoin in El Salvador. Will it actually work for the Salvadoran people or is it just a pipe… Read More »Three Reasons why El Salvador’s Bitcoin Fetish is Nothing More than a Pipe Dream and a Publicity Stunt
Nestor Quixtan breaks down the Guatemala tourism crisis as businesses collapse, unemployment soars, and the Covid vaccination plans collapses. Over the last year or so,… Read More »Guatemala Tourism Crisis: Pushing the Panic Button
Biz Latin Hub CEO Craig Dempsey explains how recent legislative changes to employment law in Mexico may offer future advantages to Central America as foreign… Read More »How Mexico’s Outsourcing Ban could Benefit Central America
Which country has the fastest internet in Central America? If you’re planning to live in the region as a digital nomad or remote worker, it’s… Read More »Which Country has the Fastest Internet in Central America?
Craig Dempsey, co-founder and CEO of the Biz Latin Hub Group, outlines three Central America tech companies who’ve been growing since the COVID pandemic started… Read More »Three Central America Tech Companies to Watch After the Pandemic
Costa Rica’s Chamber of Tourism (Canatur) expects visitor numbers in this December-April high season to barely reach 25% to 30% of last year. Canatur president… Read More »Canatur Costa Rica Urges More Government Action to Save Tourism
A look at the concept of remote working in Costa Rica and how it could be a major boost for tourism in a post-pandemic world.… Read More »Remote Working in Costa Rica: Could the Pandemic be a Boost?
New figures out today reveal unemployment in Costa Rica has risen dramatically since the COVID-19 crisis started. Today the National Institute of Statistics and Censors… Read More »Unemployment in Costa Rica Climbs to a Record 20.1 Percent
In the light of new COVID-19 restrictions, Caturgua, the chamber of tourism in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, asks for more clarity and better communication from the… Read More »Mixed Government Messages Add More Pain to Guanacaste Tourism