U.S. diplomats: China is ’Santa Claus’ in Costa Rica – WikiLeaks

After Costa Rica’s recognition of the People’s Republic of China in 2007, the country now has a new sensitivity to China and human rights issues. Closer economic ties have made China ‘Santa Claus’, say U.S. diplomats according to cables released by WikiLeaks.

Get Your Build On: Costa Rican Cement Prices Could Drop 20% Thanks to New...

A new regulation that would extend the expiry date of cement (currently set at 45 days) will allow importing and selling cement at 20...
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Costa Rica Able to Make Donations to NGOs through New Platform

CREDOMATIC has created a new platform that allows people to donate to NGOs. This particular website in Central America called YO ME UNO, allows...

U.S. Child Rapist to be Deported

Harold Eugene Smith who was arrested for an expired tourist visa in Costa Rica during a routine check by Immigration Police, was found to...

United Airlines Cancelling Routes to Costa Rica

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Civil Aviation Technical Council (CETAC) received a request from United Airlines for cancellation of 7 tours and...

Dinghies Beware: The North Pacific Will Continue to See Choppy Ocean Conditions Through the...

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Strong winds will continue through the weekend causing choppy seas in the North Pacific area of Costa Rica.A...

President Solis Will Visit Keylor Navas at the Real Madrid Stadium in March

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - President Luis Guillermo Solis will visit the Real Madrid stadium and meet with Keylor Navas during his European...

National Theater of Costa Rica Will Reveal its Secrets Through Tours

This week, representatives of the National Theater of Costa Rica informed that within 2 months they will give tourists -and also Costa Rican citizens-...

Pirate taxi drivers protest turned violent

by TCRN StaffHundreds of pirate taxi drives turned San Jose and surrounding areas in chaos yesterday by blocking streets, slowing down traffic and precipitating...

Costa Rica Seeks to Strengthen Free Trade Agreement With Canada

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Beginning Monday, October 27, representatives from the Costa Rican government will commence negotiations with Canadian investors to strengthen...
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