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Wanted by Interpol
VILLALOBOS (CAMACHO), Luis Enrique

Offences: FRAUD , MONEY LAUNDERING 
Arrest Warrant Issued by:
Costa Rica 
Interpol, 19 December 2002.

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Third Investment Company May Fail

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'The Vault' Under Scrutiny

The Prosecutor's Office is looking into allegations that "The Vault" - a local investment company - may be running an unregulated personal loan business that offers 3% or more monthly interest on dollar investments. > complete story


Foreigners Arrested in San Jose
A surprise police operation left 50 foreigners detained, the majority women, Thursday night in the Hotel Del Rey.

The authorities will investigate their cases for possible deportation. > more


New rules for cellular phones
Beginning this week all users who want their cellular phone connected for service must present an invoice of proof of purchase, which will mean a hard blow to the informal cellular telephone market. > more


Zapote gambles on party goers -The annual traditional games in Zapote began on Saturday and goes through to January 5 2003. 


Government redefines directive
• Ministers and others heads will not be able to designate relatives in their offices
The Government redefined yesterday a norm that regulates the designation of relatives in public positions, onlyt two days after aborting the appointment of Carmen Madriz Contreras to vice chancellor.  >
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No government will be able to stop the game
• Admits to know "consigliere" Joseph Caridi
Dominick Curra was accountant of legendary the gangster John Gotti. Curra's smooth speaking and with the unmistakable accent of the Italians of New York, assures that no government will be able to stop the game and describes as "rats" the two, according to him, set a trap for him, along with the FBI, to sen him to jail. >
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