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China's friendship with Costa Rica may conflict with its green goals

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- Sailing through turquoise waters in the Gulf of Nicoya, where tourists snorkel in marine biological reserves and brown pelicans have their own protected nesting sites, it's easy to see why this tiny Central American country is routinely voted the "greenest" in the world. But now it has arrived at an environmental crossroads.


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