Pan-American Life pursues Costa Rican market

New Orleans-based Pan-American Life Insurance Group announced Wednesday that it has filed a request for authorization to enter the Costa Rican market. The company already...

Obtaining Residency in Costa Rica

The process to obtain residency in Costa Rica is a process, which basically means it is a Bureaucratic hassle to try and get started...

INS will Invest $ 300 million in Panamanian Company to Expand in Central America

The National Insurance Institute (INS) plans to buy a Panama company, to launch the re-positioning of the institution in Central America. This was announced...

New security rules in the U.S. affect food sales

by TCRN Staff The Foreign Trade Promoter (Procomer) announced that starting next year there will be a new safety standard in the United States (USA)...

Today Marks the End of Holiday Vacation for Many and the Return to Normal...

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Although many workers already resumed their duties after celebrating Christmas and New Year, it is not until Monday,...

Fair in Costa Rica Generated More Than $ 58 Million in Businesses

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Buyers Mission (BTM, for its acronym in English) generated in two days more than 58 million dollars in...

Costa Rica Negotiates the Entry of Fruit to China

The Ministry of Foreign Trade (Comex) in Costa Rica is negotiating with China to define export protocols for pineapples and melons, reported the Financial...

Costa Rica boosts marketing spend to attract C&I business

Costa Rica Tourism Board's global marketing budget increases to USD20m this year Costa Rica has increased its global marketing budget to promote the country as...

Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement –Good, Bad and the Ugly

San Jose - Costa Rica is struggling with the private sectors onslaught since the opening of the markets with Central American Free Trade...

What Happens When U.S. Taxpayers Expatriate to Costa Rica?

Depending on who you talk to, the term “expatriate” may have slightly different meanings.  For most people, an “expatriate” is any person living for...
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