Consulted by this newspaper about the attacker, the vice president from Espanyol, Carlos García Pont, explained that “Her future I don’t worry because Wu Lei is in glory. You can see him in the face of joy, even when he doesn’t start. its human quality is exceptional“To comply with this contract extension, Wu Lei would return on January 1, 2022 to the Shanghai SIPG, your club of origin. In that sense, and as reported ESPN via the Chinese agency Tencent, its purchase clause is higher for any other team of the Asian giant that it tries to sign it. A measure clearly deterrent. To their 28 years, the holder of both last Ballon d’Or to the best footballer of China He says he is “learning every day” at Espanyol. Therefore, and because has ended up playing with the four coaches the club has had since he landed in January 2019it’s no wonder that Wu Lei wants to continue in Cornellà-El Prat. This was confirmed to AS club sources, who feel certain that it will stay until December 31, 2021. Upon arriving at the winter market, signed Wu Lei for calendar yearsSo your current contract ends next New Year’s Eve. But it has the possibility of extending it for another year, all parts shows convinced that it will happen even in the event of a drop to Second. Sources consulted argue that Wu Lei is fabled in Barcelona, where you can go out on the street calmly and with your family (not logically these weeks) unlike your country, where is an idol. But, above all, they ensure that is enjoying of the football level of LaLiga and the relationship with his colleagues, since far from believing himself a star he prefers to feel like one more.
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No related posts. The success enjoyed by Costa Rica’s high productivity, export-driven sector isn’t likely to trickle down to the rest of the economy anytime soon, according to the 19th State of the Nation report released Tuesday.The annual comprehensive assessment of social, economic and environmental issues in Costa Rica observed that the growing high-productivity, export-driven sectors of the economy have concentrated the country’s economic success in a few elite groups, both socially and territorially, contributing to the country’s widening inequality gap.The report noted with concern that Costa Rica was the only country out of several Latin American countries whose GINI coefficient increased between 2001 and 2011.According to the report, Costa Rica is entering a period of high-income inequality after reporting a 0.518 GINI coefficient, a measure of national income distribution, in 2012 – the highest since 1987.The top 10 percent of Costa Ricans make 24.8 times as much as the poorest 10 percent.However, the report also said that the average quality of life for Ticos has increased during the same period.Jorge Vargas Cullell, temporary director of National Council of University Rectors’ (CONARE) State of the Nation Program, said, however, that improvements in the average Tico’s quality of life were not enough to offset the negative effects of widening inequality.“If we only worry about the average level of quality of life for the average person then we’d be fine, no problem, but inequality generates problems of internal social cohesion and lower levels of political participation because people feel like they belong to different countries, so they’re not interested in participating in the decision making process,” Cullell told The Tico Times.“For a small country like us, that has few other resources besides people, controlling the problem of inequality is extremely important,” added the program director. Cullell said that a lack of labor policy and low high school graduation rates reinforce the gap between the “new” export-oriented economy and the “old” one focused on agriculture and domestic industrial production.“If you look at a graph of exports from free-trade zones, the story of the country is a success. But if you get rid of the free-trade zones the export history of Costa Rica is much less successful,” observed Cullell.Only 46.3 percent of Ticos between 17 and 21 have completed high school, according to the 4th States of Education report, released earlier this year, preventing them from applying to many of the best-paid jobs.View the full State of the Nation report from CONARE online here. According to data from the World Bank, Costa Rica is one of the only countries in the region that has seen a growing inequality gap during the last 20 years, despite enjoying a growing economy. The graph shows data from 1990 to 2010. Facebook Comments