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Costa Rica SA I & II by Ortega, Pablo

Costa Rica SA is a two part documentary series that explores with satirical black-humour several polemical aspects of the The Dominican Republic- Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA): the inclusion of war weapons as objects of commerce for Costa Rica, a country without an army. Also the incorporation of Central American undersea resources as part of the United States' definition of territory. English subtitles will soon be available

Director
Ortega, Pablo
Copyright Holder
Pablo Ortega-Rodrigues
Duration
106 min.
Year of release
2006
Language
Spanish Only

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