Banco Nacional is Leader in Self-Disposable Insurance Ranking

The self-disposable insurances are very-low-cost and easy-to-subscribe policies. The most attractive point is that they do not require prior examinations for their issuance, and...

If inflation is at zero, why is there not enough money?

Costa Rica has gone twelve consecutive months with an inflation whose interannual variation is negative.This has had repercussion on wage increases, which have remained practically...
Cryptocurrency

The Economy of Costa Rica and The Effects of Cryptocurrencies

At present, the virtual market of capitals is at the top in different developed countries of the terrestrial globe. Within this type of market,...

Costa Rica Currency is the Western Hemisphere’s Best Performer this Year

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - According to a report on Bloomberg Business, Costa Rica’s currency (the Colón) is the Western Hemisphere’s best performer...

Two thirds of corporations stopped paying millions in taxes during 2015

By October 2015 a total of 365,482 corporations registered with taxation had not paid the tax for which they are required by law 9.024....

The Real Reason Behind Costa Rica’s High Product Prices

President Luis Guillermo Solis is a strong devotee of economic nationalism. One of his precepts of public policy is the "food sovereignty." This ideology...
optical

Optical Shops Growing in and out of Costa Rica

Optical shops like Asembis have up to eight branches nationwide. In Costa Rica, there are already 148 optical stores.Some other optical shops have been...
corporation tax

Costa Rica Revives the Corporation Tax … Again

For almost all foreigners living in Costa Rica, life here feels much safer once your lawyer creates a corporation to better protect your assets....

Costa Rican Economy Negatively Affected by Internal Conflict in Nicaragua

The Costa Rican Chamber of Commerce has just announced losses of more than US$ 10 million and increases in operating costs of more than...

Costa Rica: Investment for US$ 4,600 Million in Road Works Will Reactivate the Economy

In the closing of the Economic Reactivation Week, the Government of Costa Rica detailed an aggressive road infrastructure investment plan for US$ 4,600 million,...
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