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Tens of thousands of Costa Rica’s teachers to strike… over everything

Tens of thousands of Costa Rica’s teachers to strike… over everything

More than 30,000 schoolteachers from across the country are promising to cancel classes and take to the streets of San Jose on Friday, April 24th in protest against what union…

Lawyer sentenced to nine years for bogus marriages

A lawyer was sentenced Monday by the Justice Tribunal of San Jose to nine years in prison for registering several false marriages between 2004 and 2007.…

Bill to slash $114 million from 2015 budget will head to Legislative Assembly

A bill that would slash more than ¢60 billion (~$114 million USD) from the government’s regular 2015 budget is ready to be sent for vote before the plenary of Costa…

IMF forecasts 3.8% growth in Costa Rica economy for 2015

IMF forecasts 3.8% growth in Costa Rica economy for 2015

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates that the Costa Rican economy will grow by 3.8% this year in its Global Economic Prospects report released Tuesday.The forecast slightly exceeds an…

Business chamber seeks injunction against requirement to provide shareholder information

Costa Rica’s Chamber of Industry (CICR) is seeking an injunction and legal review against a decision by the Directorate General of Taxation (DGT) that forces large companies to provide information…

Chinese not interested in financing Nicaragua Canal: Panama official

Chinese not interested in financing Nicaragua Canal: Panama official

Email this page April 14th, 2015 (InsideCostaRica.com) The administrator of the Panama Canal, Jorge Luis Quijano, said Monday that Chinese state builders are wary of becoming involved in the Nicaraguan…

Firefighting drones could help save Costa Rica’s tropical forests

In Sector Pocosol, an administrative section of Costa Rica’s Santa Rosa National Park, there’s a wide, open field of browned grass. Its perimeter is guarded by towering trees, branches barren…

Suspect in La Cruz triple murder arrested in Nicaragua after more violent attacks

Suspect in La Cruz triple murder arrested in Nicaragua after more violent attacks

A Nicaraguan man who Costa Rican authorities seek in a gruesome triple murder in La Cruz, Guanacaste, has been captured in Nicaragua, where the man was also a suspect in…

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