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Costa Rica consumer confidence takes biggest quarterly nosedive in 14 years

Consumer confidence in Costa Rica has taken the biggest quarterly nosedive seen in 14 years, falling 8.3 points since May of this year alone, and 18.2 points since May of…

Costa Rica headed down dangerous path of violence, country’s chief prosecutor warns

Costa Rica headed down dangerous path of violence, country’s chief prosecutor warns

Citing “more than 300 killings related to organized crime and drug trafficking in the last year” violence in Costa Rica is headed to a “point of no return,” Costa Rica’s…

Mayor of Alajuela arrested for alleged influence peddling

Mayor of Alajuela arrested for alleged influence peddling

The mayor of Alajuela, Roberto Thompson was arrested on suspicion of influence peddling on Thursday, less than 48 hours before he was scheduled to accept the nomination of the National…

Panama Canal suspends planned draft restriction due to recent rains

Panama Canal suspends planned draft restriction due to recent rains

The agency that operates and manages the Panama Canal said Friday it has suspended a planned draft restriction that was scheduled to go into effect early next month, citing a…

Costa Rican president, Luis Guillermo Solis to visit New York, Washington D.C. next month

Costa Rican president, Luis Guillermo Solis to visit New York, Washington D.C. next month

Costa Rican president, Luis Guillermo Solis will visit Washington D.C. and New York during a weeklong visit to the United States in September.…

Students protest increase in public university spending, saying it isn’t enough

Students protest increase in public university spending, saying it isn’t enough

The Costa Rican government’s contribution to public universities will increase ¢30 billion, or about US $57 million, from ¢410 billion to ¢440 billion in 2016, an increase of 7.38 percent,…

State contribution to public universities to increase by $57 million in 2016

State contribution to public universities to increase by $57 million in 2016

The Costa Rican government’s contribution to public universities will increase ¢30 billion, or about US $57 million, from ¢410 billion to ¢440 billion in 2016, an increase of 7.38 percent,…

President signs Constitutional Amendment declaring Costa Rica a “multiethnic nation”

President signs Constitutional Amendment declaring Costa Rica a “multiethnic nation”

Costa Rica president Luis Guillermo Solis signed an amendment to the country’s Constitution on Monday evening declaring Costa Rica to be a “multiethnic and multicultural nation” during an emotional ceremony…

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