The Central American country is at a crossroad after experiencing social and economic growth in the past decades. “We need to be prepared for the fourth industrial revolution,” president-elect Carlos Alvarado tells fDi Magazine’s deputy editor Jacopo Dettoni as unemployment across the country starts to bite. Mr Alvarado is now working out the details of a recipe made of better education, a more distributed infrastructure and foreign investment as he assumes the presidency on May 8th.