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    Costa Rican goods and Services Exports grow by 5% in September

    Costa Rica's goods exports show signs of recovery, an example of this is the 5% growth that occurred in September, when $...

    President of Panama, Assured that he is Open to Dialogue with Costa Rica to...

    Laurentino Cortizo, president of Panama, assured that he is open to dialogue with Costa Rica to resolve...

    Tourism: One of the Main Driving Forces of Costa Rica’s Economy

    Tourism in Costa Rica is one of the fastest-growing economic sectors of the country. Since 1995 it represents the first source of foreign exchange...

    Costa Rica’s Economy: Vigorous, Open and Growing

      The economic structure of Costa Rica lies basically in tourism, agriculture and the export of electronic equipment and services. The country significantly reduced poverty...

    Banana Cultivation: Deeply Rooted In the Culture of Costa Rica

    The bananas of Costa Rica are along with coffee and cocoa the most important agricultural products for export, generating a significant impact on the...
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    Costa Rica Exports Increased 9% Last March

    Last March, goods exports came to $2.592 million, which equaled to a 9% increase in comparison with the same period last year. This information was...
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    The Complementary Economy Between Costa Rica-Panama

    The economic complementarity between Costa Rica and Panama was analyzed in a forum held in Costa Rica, where it was known that trade between...

    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 Rica Must Strengthen International Image After Losing Intel

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Strengthening the international image and recovering 20.6% of total exports will be the new challenge of Costa Rica...

    Costa Rica’s Coffee Sector Receives Much Needed Boost Thanks to International Price Hike

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The increase in the international price of coffee has filled the Costa Rican coffee sector with optimism, as...

    Costa Rican Export Program Eliminates Plant Pests

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The authorities in Costa Rica today highlighted the success of a program that has virtually eliminate pests of...

    Costa Rica Launches Digital Platform to Streamline Trade Procedures

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Yesterday the authorities in Costa Rica launched a new digital platform called Single Window for Foreign Trade (VUCE...

    Banana Growers to Attend International Conference in San Jose Next Week

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - In order to meet the vision of more than 30 international experts and analyze the challenges facing the...

    Ethiopian Ministers Visit Costa Rica to Learn About Sustainable Farming

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Commerce Minister of Ethiopia, Yaekob Yalla, visited Costa Rica in order to learn about the process involved for...

    Costa Rica Participating in International Horticulture Conference

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rican companies for gardens and crops, along with the Foreign Trade Sector of Costa Rica (Procomer), will...

    Costa Rica's Exports Grew 1.4% in 2013

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica exported goods totaling $11.405 billion dollars in 2013, representing a growth of 1.4% over 2012. The general...

    Costa Rican Exporters Prepare for Similar Growth in 2014

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Chamber of Exporters of Costa Rica (Cadexco) described 2013 as “difficult” due to minimal growth of foreign...

    Costa Rica Declares Banana Plant Pests an Emergency Situation

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The State Phytosanitary Service (SFE) of Costa Rica today declared a state of emergency due to two pests...

    2013 Costa Rican Exports Show Slight Recovery

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Exports on Costa Rican goods grew by 0.2% during the first ten months of 2013, representing a slight...

    Costa Rican Cocoa Ranked Best in the World at International Competition

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The latest edition of the International Cocoa Awards held in Paris, France in October found that cocoa produced...

    Economic Success Reported Between Costa Rica and USA After Five Years of CAFTA-DR Agreement

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A trade increase of 35 percent, attracting $4.7 million U.S. dollars in investment, and better insurance and telecommunications...

    Coffee Exports from Latin America increase 4.47% percent in 2013

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The combined exports of nine Latin American countries that produce coffee grew 4.47% during the 2012-2013 harvest that...

    Costa Rica Exports Fall 0.5% in 2013

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Data released today by the Foreign Trade Promoter (Procomer) indicated that from January to September, Costa Rican exports...

    Costa Rica Exports up 4.7% First Quarter 2013

    Costa Rica exports reached $ 4,042 million during the first quarter of 2013, up 4.7% from $ 3,862 million in the same period last...

    Costa Rican Coffee Exports Fell by 2.5%

    Costa Rica News - Coffee exports from nine Latin American countries, excluding Brazil, increased 11.9% between October and January, the first installment of the...

    With Carbon Neutral Bananas Sector Seeks Greater Momentum

    Costa Rica News - After a low level of exports in 2012, the banana industry seeks alternatives to increased competitiveness. Efforts range from environmental...

    Central Bank Projects Export Decline but Balance with Higher Profits

    Rodrigo Bolaños, President of the Central Bank of Costa Rica (BCCR), said this year may reduce the level of the country's exports, the result...

    Costa Rica Eyes Poland as a New Market for Their Flowers

    Costa Rica News - Costa Rica seeks to expand its export market for plants, flowers and foliage and has set their sights on Poland....

    Costa Rica Seeks to Sell its Products to 220 Countries and Import From 30

    Costa Rica Imports and Costa Rica Exports on the rise Costa Rica from today look close deals with 220 importers from 30 countries in the...

    Costa Rica – dock strikes in Limon Causing Concern to Exporters

    Limón - 80% of international trade in Costa Rica passes through the ports of Limón and as of today has been paralyzed by...

    United Biofuels of America: “We are developing the next big Costa Rican export”

    UBA has developed a program to sell renewable energy farms to potential green tech investors, the first of its kind in the world. The President of UBA explains why he thinks this is the next big export for Costa Rica in an exclusive interview.
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    Costa Rica can’t afford to keep the good coffee

    Costa Rica grows some of the best coffee in the world, but exports most of the good stuff to other countries, leaving local supermarkets with the dregs.

    Global food prices continue to climb

    Many of us have been wondering about it as we shop in our local super markets. Now the World Bank has confirmed our suspicion. Food prices have indeed gone up over the past year.

    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.

    United States wary of Chinese trade activities in Costa Rica

    Increasing ties between Costa Rica and China are closely followed with much concern by U.S. diplomats, according to cables released by the whistle blowing website, WikiLeaks.

    Costa Rica exports to the U.S. increased 24.1% in 2010

    Exports to the United States rose 24.1% in 2010, according to figures provided by the Promotora del Comercio Exterior de Costa Rica (PROCOMER).

    Costa Rican exports predicted to increase in early 2011

    National exports are predicted to show real growth in the first third of this year. So expects the Ministry of Foreign Trade (COMEX) and industrialists, alleging that in 2010 they almost made it out of the hole caused by the crisis of 2009.
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