Wednesday, November 13, 2019

National News

Infor Major opportunities in Latin America are focused on four industries

by TCRN Staff According to senior vice president of Latin American operations for the U.S. software company Infor, Robert Farici, the growth in Latin America comes from companies involved in banking and finance, manufacturing processes, agribusiness and logistics management. Farici explained...

Arias and his cabinet promise to help volcano evacuees

by TCRN Staff The President, Óscar Arias Sánchez, and much of his cabinet, pledged yesterday those displaced by the Turrialba eruptions that at the beginning of next week they will provide better conditions in housing and food that as well...

National Emergency Commission raises the threat level around Turriabla to yellow

By TCRN Staff The National Emergency Commission (CNE) surveyed the area surrounding Turrialba yesterday afternoon and decided to raise the alert status of an eruption to yellow due to the sharp drop of sediment. The yellow alert means that local emergency...

Turrialba Rumbles and Spits Ash

By TCRN STAFF A strong sediment eruption of Turrialba volcano yesterday afternoon forced the CNE to evacuate two villages close to the mountain and take preventive measures, fearing a possible emergency of greater magnitude. A total of 40 people in the...

Caldera toll prices are to remain unchanged

by TCRN Staff The company Highways of the Sun said yesterday that the amounts payable at each toll collection station will remain unchanged from any further period home 01 of January 2010. As indicated, as of that date, almost all of...

Inflation could grow by as much as 131% in 2010

by TCRN Staff If market inflation expectations become a reality next year like they have in the past, the indicator would have a 131% growth within 12 months. According to the latest survey of expectations by the Central Bank of Costa...

Brazil’s mudslide tragedy

By TCRN Staff The death toll from the New Year's Day landslide that struck a Brazilian island resort has now reached 26. The slide swept down the hillside, obliterated multiple homes and carried a luxury hotel into the sea on...

Chinese Lemons?

By TCRN Staff 20 percent of the 200 patrol cars that the Chinese Government donated only a year before to the Ministry of Public Security are currently out of service. According to official reports, these 40 vehicles suffered from various mechanical...

Happy Holidays from The Costa Rica News

The Costa Rica News would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our readers, contributors and advertisers for helping to make this past year wonderful. 2009 bore witness to many changes here at TheCostaRicaNews.com including a complete...

Some ICE Customers Intitled to Refund

By TCRN Staff The ICE cell phone customers who paid a fee for their TDMA line greater than ¢ 12,500, are entitled to to a refund of the difference when moving to the 3G network. When dealing with migration to new...
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