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Which Side is Costa Rica on? Peasants or Big Business?

Little was known about these lands and their peasant occupants, but then the press started to report on evictions and protests by residents of these...
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Hotel industry expects more than 3 million tourists in 2017

Have you ever seen everything that Costa Rica offers? The natural marvels such as Poas Volcano or Isla del Coco. Perhaps Playa Tamarindo or...

Costa Rica’s gaming industry grows by the day

Gaming, just the thought of it makes you think about Asia, leading the way worldwide since the 80's. They made Nintendo a thing back...

What Do You Need to Know About Costa Rica’s Economy?

Costa Rica has a steady economy and a generally exclusive expectation of living. Truth be told, its economy depends for the most part on...
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The World of Business Is Changing – Have You Noticed?

Something extraordinary is happening in the world of business, and it is going to create some very big shifts in our world. The world...
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Costa Rican Corporations Are Being Targeted By Property Thieves

Costa Rican authorities have not been doing enough to address the problems of property theft. Surprisingly, property thefts are not that difficult to achieve....
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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....
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16 % Growth in Construction During 2016

During the first nine months of 2016, the College of Engineers and Architects (CFIA) registered a 16% increase over the same time period compared to...

Power Company Announced LED Lighting Project

The Costa Rican National Power and Light Company recently announced the implementation of LED lighting on any new infrastructure projects. The various private companies have been...
In this photo taken Oct. 16, 2009, a man cuts down a tree in the Monarch butterfly reserve near Ocampo, Mexico. After decades of trying to stop logging in Mexico's Monarch butterfly reserve, biologists and park workers are having to cut down thousands of fir trees themselves, to combat an unprecedented infestation of bark beetles they say may have been unleashed by climate change. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Illegal Deforestation in Mexico to Plant Avocado Trees

Due to the avocado's growing popularity in The United States and around the world as a healthy superfood, Mexican farmers have found that it's...
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