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    Cannabis Cultivation Will Help Reactivate the Costa Rican Economy, According to Authorities

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused serious global economic consequences, and Costa Rica does not escape this situation,...

    Costa Rica and Bitcoin: A Crypto Heaven?

    Bitcoin, the popular digital cryptocurrency, has been making inroads into Latin America for quite some time now

    About Private Companies and Their Role In Costa Rica's Economy

    A private company is a type of commercial company whose owners are private or private investors, non-governmental, shareholders or owners, and is in contrast to state institutions, such as public companies and government agencies

    What Do You Know about Costa Rica's Decarbonization Plan?

    For many years now, in different parts of the world, there has been the talk of climate change and all its negative consequences that affect the quality of life of people worldwide

    Costa Rica Achieves a “Green Miracle” Thanks to the Citrus Crop

    Through the orange wastes that were dumped in the Guanacaste conservation area in northern Costa Rica, 3 hectares that were once deserted...

    How Much Does It Cost To Live In Costa Rica?

    If you are one of the people who want to live in this tropical paradise called Costa Rica for an indefinite period,...

    Banco Central de Costa Rica: Where History And Money Come Together

    The National Bank (BNCR), belonging to the Costa Rican State, is the largest Public Bank in the Country; it was founded on...

    European Union Highlights Costa Rica’s Huge Business Potencial

    The European Union (EU) since 2013 has been making commercial deals within the framework of the association agreements with Central American countries,...

    Did You Know that All the Major League Baseballs are Produced in Costa Rica?!...

      If you thought that soccer was the only sport played and keenly followed in Costa Rica, you are mistaken. The country also follows baseball...
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    Costa Rica Remains The Most Prosperous Nation

    Its business environment and personal freedom are two aspects that make Costa Rica the most prosperous nation in Central America, according to the Bringing...
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    HOW TO RUIN AN ECONOMY?

    Check out this article on the state of the Costa Rican economy some years back and keep an eye out on our next one...

    Expo Vivienda 2016 offers help for buying homes this weekend

    Looking to buy or build? Well, this Friday, July 29 through Sunday, July 31 Expo Vivienda 2016 will exhibit offers and credit opportunities for...

    Central Bank President Sees Costa Rica Economy Strengthening

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Since taking office in 2014, Costa Rica President Luis Guillermo Solis has had strong focused on promoting Costa...

    Costa Rica Economy in Readjustment Phase

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Costa Rica economy has slowed in a readjustment phase due to a continuing global economic slowdown. First quarter...

    May Brings Rises and Falls in Bus Fare, Fuel, and Water Prices

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Three major adjustments in fuel, bus fares and electricity from the Services Regulatory Authority (Aresep) will take effect...

    Costa Rica Exports Remain Stable for the First Quarter of 2014

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Exports of goods for Costa Rica during the first quarter of 2014 registered stagnant compared to the same...

    Costa Rican Grocery Market Prices Surveyed by the Ministry of Economy

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Representatives of the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Commerce (MEIC) found that in seven of the 48 supermarkets...

    Ecotourism Benefits the Costa Rican Economy by 16%

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A study published in the journal of the National Academy of Sciences reveals that ecotourism has improved the...

    The Exchange Rate of USD to Colones Soared to 526 Colones Yesterday

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The price of the dollar rose yesterday to 526 colones, which is the highest devaluation of colones in...

    Costa Rican Businesses are Optimistic for the Start of 2014

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rican entrepreneurs are optimistic for the first quarter of 2014. They hope to have job security, and...

    Costa Rica Closes 2013 with an Increased Fiscal Deficit

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The fiscal deficit of Costa Rica continued to rise during 2013 and in November reached 4.6% of gross...

    Costa Ricans Call for Immediate Tax Reform

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica needs tax reform soon that will give fresh breath to their public finances, which have deteriorated...

    Costa Rica Inflation at 3.16% as of November 2013

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Accumulated inflation in Costa Rica during the first eleven months of 2013 was 3.16%, down from 4.26% in...

    Amazon Expands Operations in Costa Rica Creating 700 New Jobs

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Internet sales company Amazon announced today that it will expand its operation centers in Costa Rica, which...

    Study Claims Costa Rica Inflation will Grow at Least 3.3%

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica's economy will grow at least 3.3% this year, affected by low external and domestic demand, and...

    Costa Rica Faces Possible Downgrade by Moody's

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The possible of downgrade by Moody's for Costa Rica worries the Coalition for Development Initiatives (CINDE) and the...

    Costa Rica Trade Deficit Highest in 9 Years

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The trade deficit calculated in May of this year is the highest in nine years. The data is...

    Banks asked to Remove Credit Restrictions to Stimulate Economy

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The economic slowdown felt in the country has begun to reflect on credit demand in the domestic financial...

    US Baby Boomers Targeting Costa Rica

    There is a new movement of expats looking towards Costa Rica in the short to medium term, baby boomers are reaching critical mass and...

    Prices of Goods and Services Increased 1.02% During February

    Prices of goods and services increased 1.02% during the month of February, in relation to the level of prices in January, according to the...

    Specialists State That Managed Float on Exchange to Appreciate Colon

    If the Central Bank of Costa Rica (BCCR) chooses to migrate towards a managed float, one of the first effects would be the appreciation...

    Costa Rica Closes 2012 with Positive Economic Numbers

    Costa Rica News - Costa Rica closes 2012 with positive economic numbers, even though the poverty rate has not dropped significantly and a...

    Central Bank Projects Modest Growth for 2013

    While the government, led by President Laura Chinchilla and economic team leader Luis Liberman, celebrate the "good economic results," the Central Bank shows projections...

    Costa Rican Foreign Trade Minister, WTO Candidate Promises Growth

    The Costa Rican Foreign Trade Minister, Anabel González, declared today she is honored to be a candidate to lead the World Trade Organization (WTO)...

    Latin America Economic Snapshot and Projections

    In the past 10 years, Latin America has shown tremendous growth supported by the strong economic and political reforms implemented during in the past...

    Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Projections – Economy Up

    The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) projected that the country's current account closed 2012 with a deficit of 2,383 million,...

    Leader of the China Communist Party Visits Costa Rica

    The chairman of the National Committee of the People's Political Consultative Conference Chinese, Jia Qinglin arrived in Costa Rica this week for an official...

    Business Sector States Costa Rica Economic Boom but Needs Infrastructure Reform

    Last week the business sector in Costa Rica highlighted the economic growth of Costa Rica in 2012, but urged the Government to reform in...

    Government Debt Could Reach 51% of GDP by 2020

    If the central government does not control the level of debt that keeps or do not get additional resources, public debt will reach 51.4%...

    Costa Rica Exports Grow in 2012

    Although exports grew at 7.8% this October, the growth rate is not the same as 2011 when the sales of Costa Rican goods grew...
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