IMF increases funds available to Costa Rica

By TCRN Staff The International Monetary Fund (IMF) reported on its website Wednesday that it will increase Costa Rica's access to credit from $65 Million...

G3 lines scooped up quickly last week

By: Lance Harrell With the release of the new G3 lines by ICE last week, the demand for new phones was high. So high in...

The dollar fell 7.63 ¢ this week

TCRN Staff The average price of the US dollar on the wholesale market fell on the 5th an additional ¢3.79, thereby accumulating in a ¢7.63...

Costa Rica, EU establish consultation mechanism

SAN JOSE-- Representatives of the European Commission and the government of Costa Rica on Wednesday signed in Brussels a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to...

Turkey, Costa Rica eye better trade, political ties

ANKARA- Turkish and Costa Rican leaders said Wednesday the two countries intend to sign a free trade agreement to boost bilateral economic relations and...

Costa Rica Internet Broadband Grows 27.3% First-Half of 2009

Results of the Cisco Costa Rica Broadband Barometer Project reported a 27.3 percent growth in fixed broadband connections in Costa Rica during the first...

Women in Costa Rica Receive Business Management Training

by Ana Laura Cárdenas Since last August, about 50 women from four communities in the district of Desamparados, San Jose, Costa Rica, have received Business...

New phone service available to Costa Rica

By: Lance Harrell The Costa Rican company Intertel is planning on releasing IP calling cards for travelers, to compete with ICE roaming service and other...

US job loss is Costa Rica’s gain

By Alex Leff , GlobalPost TURRIALBA, Costa Rica — For generations, coffee and sugar cane have kept many of the working people employed in this...

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...
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