The Office of the Comptroller General Orders Tighter Controls of Immigration Processes

Costa Rica News - The Office of the Comptroller General criticized the lack of a computer system that integrates all the documentation of foreigners...

Costa Rica and Cuba Foreign Ministers Meet in Havana to Review Relations

Costa Rica News - Costa Rica's foreign minister, Enrique Castillo, and his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez, officials held talks this week in Havana and...

Living Abroad Solutions to Scary Retirement Facts

Costa Rica News - Even in the best of times saving for retirement is often a monumental and difficult task, now with middle class...

Government Announces Aggressive Policy to Attract Foreign Investment

Costa Rica News - Recently the government of Laura Chinchilla said that the national economy grew by 5% in 2012. The Monthly Index of...

Violence against Women in Costa Rica Fell by 65% in 2012

Costa Rica News - The National Women's Institute show that during 2012 violence against women by dropped significantly in Costa Rica. A total of 18...

Hugo Chavez has "indefinite leave" and Will Not be Sworn In

Latin America News - The president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, was granted indefinite leave of absence, after the National Assembly received a communication from...

Attorney General Accuses Groups of Controlling Costa Rica Institutions

Costa Rica News - This week Jorge Chavarria, Attorney General for Costa Rica, reported to the judges of the Full Court that, that for...

ICE Announces 2 New Hydroelectric Plants for Renewable Power Generation

The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) announced that it will build two new hydroelectric plants to operate in the area of San Carlos in...

Brother of Former President Arias Withdraws from Costa Rica Elections

Rodrigo Arias, brother of Nobel Peace Prize 1987, Oscar Arias, announced his retirement as presidential candidate for the National Liberation Party (PLN). "I will not...

Investment in Latin America "is not an option but a necessity"

Investing Experts and economists believe that Spanish investing in Latin America will return even stronger after the recent expropriations in Bolivia and Argentina and...
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