The Costa Rican currency, the colón, has been on a slow slide against the U.S. dollar during the last several months, but analysts say it’s unlikely to fall much farther.
Since April, the colón has devalued roughly 2.4 percent against the dollar, from ₡541 in April to ₡554 at this writing, according to the MONEX exchange. Despite the dip, analysts say the fundamentals of the Costa Rican economy remain strong.
Still, those who earn colones but borrow in dollars could

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