Infrastructure Gaining Ground in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has weathered some boom and bust cycles, but is finally gearing up to retain the honor of being the top travel and retirement destination in Central America as infrastructure gains ground.

State Banks Making Bank on Exchange Rate

The appreciation of the colon against the dollar benefited the state banks (Banco Nacional, Banco de Costa Rica, Bancrédito) for 2012.Those entities as a...

Costa Rica proves that GDP does not measure quality of life

Two recent reports prove that GDP does not measure quality of life, using Costa Rica as an example for other countries. The two reports are...

Apple Becomes the First Company to Reach A Value of US$ 1 Trillion in...

Apple became, on Thursday, August 2nd, the first company listed on the stock market to reach a value of US$ 1 trillion. This is...

New Partnership Seeks to Reform Real Estate in Latin America

Liberia, Costa Rica, August 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Craig Williamson, President of ERA Real Estate in Latin America and Chairman of the Green Building Council...

Costa Rica Sending First Trade Mission to Colombia after Signing FTA

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Next week, Costa Rica will send its its first trade mission to Colombia after signing the Free Trade...

Carlson Wagonlit Travel acquires Centenial Group in Costa Rica

Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) announces it has acquired the assets of Centenial Group, an international partner of CWT in Costa Rica since 2004. Centenial Group based...
Back to school

Financial Advice for Returning to Classes

This time of the year is characterized by worried parents that will have to face all financial challenges that come with their kids returning...

Dutch Company Skim Will Begin Operations in Costa Rica

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Skim, an international market research company originated in Rotterdam announced the expansion of its operations in Costa Rica...

Economic Recovery ‘poco a poco’

By TCRN Staff:A recent Deloitte study predicts that consumption in the country will grow sharply in 2010, due to signs of economic recovery worldwide...
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