Moín, north of Limón, has container and petroleum facilities.
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On the Atlantic coast, however, descendants of Caribbean immigrants speak English, as do many others throughout the country who learned it to better their employment prospects. The national flag, a partial imitation of the French tricolor, consists of blue horizontal stripes on the top and bottom of the flag and two white inner stripes divided by a wide red stripe, which contains the national coat of arms to the left of center.
Aside from the flag and religious icons, important symbols include flags of the major political parties (green and white for the National Liberation Party; red and blue for the Social Christians) and of the most popular soccer teams. Costa Rica gained independence from Spain as part of the Mexican Empire (1821–1823) and the Central American Federation (1823–1838).
Thirty-two percent of the population was 14 years old or under, while 5 percent was 65 or older. The country had 21.9 births and 4.0 deaths per 1,000 population in 2000, and a net migration rate of 2.4.