Costa Rica’s Largest Telecommunications Operator Awards Airspan Networks 12.5 Million Contract

I.C.E. Has Undertaken a Substantial Residential and Business Subscriber Expansion of Next-Generation Advanced Services in the Country With Airspan's WiMAX Productsbr> January 20, 2009:...

Major Insurance and Reinsurance Developments in 2008

Although all of the Latin American jurisdictions had notable regulatory and market developments in 2008, Costa Rica stands out as particularly significant given the...

Alvarion Bags $6 Million WiMAX Contract from ICE of Costa Rica

By Rajani Baburajan TMCnet Contributing Editor Alvarion, a provider of Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX (News - Alert)) and wireless broadband solutions, has bagged...

Costa Rica focuses on closer commercial ties

ISTANBUL - Costa Rica is looking to develop closer commercial and political ties with Turkey, says Serhan Süzer, Costa Rica's honorary consul in Istanbul....

Alvarion Awarded 6Million Contract by ICE

Alvarion to Implement Turnkey Project with Its Leading Mobile WiMAX(TM) Solution, Enable Advanced Broadband Service in San Jose and Rural Areas of Limon The world's...

Costa Rican Investors shift focus to Biofuels

Biofuel investing has seen a sharp rise over the past year, but spiked just since President Obama took office. Obama’s push for green energy...

Costa Rica Wary of Trade With China

SAN JOSE -- Costa Rica's manufacturers are asking to be excluded from the free trade treaty the Central American country plans to negotiate with...

Ormat for 65M geothermal deal

Nevada firm plans second project with utility Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad. Reno, Nev.-based Ormat Technologies (NYSE: ORA) is preparing to start its second geothermal project...

Xoom.com launches Money Transfer Service Directly to any Banco Uno, Banco Cuscatlan (now Citibank)...

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- November 19, 2008 – Xoom.com, the fastest growing online money transfer company, today announced the launch of their Bank Deposit...

Ending 4-year battle Costa Rica approves CAFTA

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) — Costa Rica is finally ready to join the Central American Free Trade Agreement after a four-year battle in...
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