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Costa Rica exports of medical devices up 35% from a year ago

Exports of medical devices and precision equipment from Costa Rica increased 35% in the first four months of year compared to the same period in 2014, according to data…

Costa Rican immigration officials arrested for selling visa stamps to “perpetual tourists”

Costa Rican immigration officials arrested for selling visa stamps to “perpetual tourists”

May 22nd, 2015 (InsideCostaRica.com) The head of the Costa Rican immigration office in Sixaola, on the Panama border, as well as another immigration official in the same office, were arrested…

Scotiabank considering bid for Citigroup Costa Rica, Panama: report

Scotiabank is considering a bid to purchase Citigroup, Inc.’s consumer-banking units in Costa Rica and Panama, Bloomberg reported on Friday.…

Latin America’s iconic Archbishop Romero to be beatified

Oscar Romero, hailed by many as "Saint Romero of the Americas" for his advocacy for the poor is to be beatified Saturday. The assassination of the one-time archbishop of San…

Spirit Airlines launches four weekly flights between Houston and Costa Rica

Spirit Airlines launches four weekly flights between Houston and Costa Rica

Spirit Airlines will begin offering four weekly flights between Houston, Texas and Costa Rica beginning next Thursday, May 28th, the company’s press office reports.…

Nine police officers sentenced for robbing drug traffickers of cocaine in illegal raids

Nine police officers sentenced for robbing drug traffickers of cocaine in illegal raids

Nine police officers who formerly worked in the Coronado, Moravia, Escazu and Goicoechea precincts were sentenced to between 15 and 28 years in prison for conducting illegal and unauthorized raids…

EU ban on Costa Rican ornamental plants jeopardizes 700 jobs

The European Union has banned the import of certain ornamental plants from Costa Rica due to fears over a bacterium known as Xylella fastidiosa which has been blighting olive trees…

One of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies; doctors blame underdeveloped lungs

The fourth child born in Costa Rica’s first-ever set of sextuplets died Wednesday afternoon.Doctors blame respiratory failure due to the baby’s underdeveloped lungs, which then led to cardiac arrest,…

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