Migration Reinforced Personnel to Assist Tourist Flow at the Juan Santamaría Airport

This Saturday, the Professional Migration Police reinforced its personnel with 20 more officers, going from 30 regular officers to 52, due to the fact...

Costa Rica Becomes Leader in Port Connectivity with New Caribbean Terminal

With the inauguration, last Thursday, of the new cargo terminal in the Caribbean, Costa Rica will become the Central American country leader in port...

Essential COSTA RICA: Country Brand Welcomes Its New Members

Essential COSTA RICA continues to work hard for the positioning of the country in international markets, and as part of this work, joined the...

Costa Rica Has Advanced 75% for Analog Blackout

The country has advanced 75% for the analog blackout that will take place on August 4th, 2019. The Alvarado administration took on this project...

General Practitioners Cannot Make Aesthetic Procedures!

On February 21st, 2019, was published in the Official Journal the Professional Profile of the Specialist in Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. This new...

Electric Cars Are Exempted from Restriction and Will Have Special Spaces in Parking

To encourage the purchase and use of electric vehicles (EVs) and promote decarbonization plans, the government will remove EVs  from vehicular restrictions and promote...

ICT and Cinde Sign Agreement to Promote Foreign Investment Directed to Tourist Infrastructure

The Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) signed on Wednesday an agreement with the Costa Rican Coalition of Development Initiatives (Cinde), to bring direct foreign...

Costa Rica Extended Prohibition of Oil Exploitation Until 2050

The President of the Republic, Carlos Alvarado and the Minister of Environment and Energy, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, signed a decree that extends the prohibition...

Decision to Mix Gasoline with Ethanol “Goes Ahead”

The Government is moving forward in its proposal to mix super and regular gasoline with ethanol (gasohol) and place it on the market the...

New Container Terminal in Moín Will Handle Up to 10 Vessels per Week

The new container terminal in Moín, in charge of the Dutch company APM Terminals, officially enters into operation on Thursday, February 28th, 2019, with...
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