Central America and the Caribbean boast significant potential, characterized not just by their famous tourist destinations and idyllic locales but also by their strategic positioning, easy maritime and air transit, favorable climate, international agreements, and burgeoning natural resources. These elements have increasingly bolstered the economic activity of many countries in the region, attracting investors and talent from around the globe.

Moreover, their key geopolitical location makes them crucial points for logistics and trade, enhancing their appeal due to their proximity to emerging markets like South America and Mexico, as well as a major economic force like the United States. However, from an international mobility standpoint, various factors impact the industry, including migration policies, infrastructure development, global trends, market shifts, and local particularities.

This document will delve into how countries such as Guatemala, Panama, and the Dominican Republic are addressing contemporary challenges and how global mobility is evolving and projecting itself in the region.

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