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TEA FACTORY, COSTA RICA. San Jose. Kabata herbal teas and environmentally sound toiletries. Processing herbs in factory. : Stock Photo
Small businesses like this one are thought to generate about 25% of Latin America s G.N.P.

TEA FACTORY, COSTA RICA. San Jose. Kabata herbal teas and environmentally sound toiletries. Processing herbs in factory.

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Small businesses like this one are thought to generate about 25% of Latin America s G.N.P.
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