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Costa Rica far from goal of 50,000 Chinese per year

Email this page SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA – September 13th, 2012 – Costa Rica is far from meeting the goal that was set by President Laura Chinchilla to attract 50,000…

Costa Ricans also felt the pain of September 11th

Email this page In the early 1970’s, a Costa Rican man, Roberto Sevilla, left his country to follow his dream of living in the United States. He did not miss…

On 9/11, May God Bless the Americas

Email this page Being a US citizen who has resided full time in Costa Rica for 9 years (as of this month, in fact), it can be easy at times…

Nicaragua signs memorandum with Chinese company to build a canal between two oceans

Email this page NICARAGUA – September 10th, 2012 – The president of the Republic of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, stated that his government has signed a memorandum with a company located…

Government asking the public to help with earthquake relief

Email this page SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA – September 10th, 2012 – The President of the Republic, Laura Chinchilla is asking the Costa Rican public for funds to help repair…

San Jose’s new train route will be expensive

Email this page SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA – September 8, 2012 – The proposed new train route in San Jose, which is to have a route of 10 kilometers, is…

Transport infrastructure continues to plague Costa Rica’s competitiveness

Email this page SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA – September 7th, 2012 - The Global Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum placed Costa Rica in the 57th spot, up a…

Government will spend 6.4 billion colones in 2013

Email this page Hacienda announced on Friday the Ordinary and Extraordinary Budget plan for 2013, which is 6.4 billion colones  (about $12.8 million USD), of which 43% will be financed…

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