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    Costa Rica Breaks Record of Foreign Investment Projects Amid Pandemic

    The crisis caused by COVID-19 was positive for Costa Rica in terms of attracting foreign investment projects, reveals the latest annual report of the...

    Bandera del Turismo, the country’s largest flag of Costa Rica, flies as a symbol...

    Its enormous measures show the desire for the recovery of the national tourism sector. Faced with the extraordinary challenges that the pandemic has posed,...

    Parable # 46: It’s Not Just About You

    (This week is the 49thinstallment of the book, “The Band Director’s Lessons About Life”, which TCRN is publishing as a series during 2020. This...

    Costa Rica Reaches Nine Months of Pandemic: Christmas Holiday Celebrations put Health Authorities on...

    The country has been through more than nine months of coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Pandemic leaves more than 146,421 accumulated cases, 608 hospitalizations (225 in ICU) and 1825 deaths

    EcoProject Seeks to Improve the Effectiveness of Biological Corridors in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica has 51 biological corridors that represent 38% of the national territory. A large part of the country's biodiversity is found outside of...
    Russia Registers Second Coronavirus Vaccine

    Costa Rica will Approve the Pfizer Vaccine in the next few hours

    These six million doses, which are purchased through the National Emergency Commission, will protect three million people against SARS-CoV-2, as there are two doses...

    Maya Indigenous Community Leader, Obtains Goldman Environmental Foundation Award

    Leydy Pech, an indigenous Mayan who led the coalition that confronted the multinational Monsanto in court to stop the planting of transgenic soybeans, is...

    Costa Rica consolidates itself as a Regional Leader in Electromobility Infrastructure

    As part of the Government's commitment to electrification and decarbonization of transport, this week, the first of the new 28 fast chargers that are installed by Grupo ICE was inaugurated in Siquirres
    Home of the Most Beautiful Species Lomas Barbudal Biological Reserve

    Lomas Barbudal Biological Reserve, Costa Rica’s “Insect Park”

    Known as the Insect Park, due to its immense variety of insects that can be found; more than 240 species of bees and 60 species of moths have been classified in the vicinity of the park. It was created on March 5, 1986, with an area of ​​2,645.71 ha

    Enhancing our Biological Wealth, Palo Verde National Park

    Located along the banks of the Tempisque River, Palo Verde National Park is one of the best places in Costa Rica to appreciate the diversity of fauna in the area
    COVID-19 Let’s Just Not Sharpen the Wolf’s Teeth

    COVID-19 Reproduction Rate Drops in Costa Rica

    A new report on COVID-19 in Costa Rica prepared by the Research Unit of the School of Medicine at the Universidad Hispanoamericana

    2% Increase in Hiring for 2021 is Expected in Costa Rica

    The latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey revealed that for the first quarter of 2021, a 2% growth in hiring is expected in Costa Rica

    Citizens Should Increase Pressure on Deputies and the President to save Costa Rica

    Confronting the crisis in Costa Rica in a decisive way is the call launched by the Demo Lab Foundation, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that seeks citizen participation
    Vital essence culture of Costa Rica

    The Rich and Unique Diversity of Costa Rican Music

    One of the best ways to experience the culture of any country is through its music. Local clubs and discos are perfect informal settings for exploring current and popular sounds
    Carara National Park Unique Like the Amazon

    Carara National Park, Unique and Fascinating

    Carara is located in the transitional zone between the dry and humid forests of the Pacific region. It can be said that no other wilderness area in the country protects the plant and animal resources present in said bioclimatic region

    Water is Now Traded on the Chicago Stock Exchange

    Water, like gold, oil and other raw materials, began to be traded on the US stock market, despite its worrying scarcity, it was known today in the financial markets
    US Tourist Arrivals Quadrupled and European Arrivals Doubled in November

    US Tourist Arrivals Quadrupled and European Arrivals Doubled in November

    24,606 Americans and 4,322 Europeans entered Costa Rica by air during November. "This signal that we receive from the most important tourist markets for Costa Rica is encouraging to more than 600,000 Costa Ricans who directly and indirectly live from tourism
    Internet Use In Costa Rica Is Lower Than The OECD Average

    Internet Use In Costa Rica Is Lower Than The OECD Average

    78.3% of the population uses the Internet in Costa Rica, according to the latest study "Perspectives of the Digital Economy"
    Wisdom for Life with a Woman's Face C.S.S.

    “Colegio Superior de Señoritas”: Wisdom for Life

    The Colegio Superior de Señoritas is an educational institution located in San José, Costa Rica. Founded in 1888, it was the first institution created in the country for the exclusive secondary education of young Costa Rican women
    Health: Microbes play hide and seek

    Microbes play hide and seek, be careful!

    People think that germs are in certain places but they really do concentrate in others. Which without any fear, they always have contact as are the elevator buttons and door handles

    Costa Rica has all the Potential to Become a Global Leader in Biomedical Research

    The equine plasma studies to treat Covid-19 and the one that evaluates whether some 2,000 people developed antibodies to that disease are two examples of biomedical research that the country is currently conducting
    Ideal pet

    Acquiring a Pet, a very Important Decision for the whole Family

    Before choosing an ideal pet, important aspects must be taken into account; First of all, you must consider whether you are ready to have it

    Fireworks and Pets: Be very careful!

    In the Christmas season, the use of fireworks or fireworks is a custom in various locations around the world, so Costa Rica does not escape from this ancient custom

    NASA’s Ticosonde Program at the University of Costa Rica: Interview with Dr. Jorge Andres...

    Many young Costa Ricans dream of working for NASA but they may be unaware that it is possible to do it from Costa Rica....
    “Bees” will have their own Law in Costa Rica

    “Bees” will have their own Law in Costa Rica

    This week the National Assembly deputies approved the law that recognizes the contributions of “bees” in the environmental, social and economic development of Costa Rica
    December 1 day of the "Abolition of the Army"

    December 1st: “Abolition of the Army” Day

    The abolition of the Costa Rican army refers to the suppression of all the armed forces of Costa Rica, carried out on December 1, 1948, after the 1948 Civil War in Costa Rica ended
    People Vaccinated Against the Coronavirus can Still Transmit It says Costa Rican Scientist

    People Vaccinated Against Coronavirus Still Transmit It says Costa Rican Scientist

    Vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca have been shown to be effective in protecting people against the Coronavirus. But those vaccinated will not be exempt from health security protocols, since they will still be able to transmit the Virus
    Successful Women and at the Forefront

    The Key to Being a Successful Entrepreneur Women

    If a few years ago someone had told us that women would occupy high positions in companies and that they would even start their own businesses
    Discover 3 App to Meditate

    Discover 3 App’s for Meditation

    In a troubled world like the one we live in today, you need to take a moment and devote yourself to meditation. With the rise of technology

    Costa Rica, a Global Leader in Renewable Energies

    Our country has been characterized by highlighting its natural beauty in all its splendor, not satisfied with that. Now it becomes the leader in renewable energy

    The Children’s Museum of Costa Rica now has a Section Dedicated to “STEAM” Activities

    The Costa Rican Children's Museum has a new exhibition hall dedicated to science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics (STEAM, for its acronym in English)

    “Bridge for Billions” comes to Support Costa Rican Entrepreneurs

    In Costa Rica, the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INEC), indicates that small and medium-sized companies generate 34.5% of formal jobs nationwide
    Enough Already Women Do Not Shut Up

    International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women: Enough is Enough

    The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is commemorated annually on November 25th to denounce the violence that is exercised against women around the world and demand policies in all countries for its eradication
    Costa Rica will Invest $ 156 million in the Digitalization of its National Treasury

    Costa Rica will Invest $ 156 million in Digitalization of National Treasury

    Costa Rica will invest $ 156 million in the digitization and modernization of the Ministry of Finance, in an effort to improve spending control and the fight against tax evasion, the Government reported
    Business Alliance Seeks to Educate on the Proper Use, Storage and Disposal of Products in Costa Rica

    Business Alliance Educates on Proper Use and Disposal of Products in Costa Rica

    Thirteen companies of the Business Alliance for Sustainability launched the Education for Sustainability Campaign on their social networks
    Costa Rica is the Second Country in Latin America with the Lowest Drop in its Exports

    Costa Rica is the Second Country in Latin America with Lowest Drop in Exports

    “Despite the inevitable drop in exports, in the case of Costa Rica this was not as pronounced as in other countries in the region”

    Colors, freshness and quality in abundance at Costa Rica’s Farmers’ Fairs

    Colors, freshness and quality, all of this is in abundance at the various farmers' fairs in Costa Rica
    The International Musician Day

    International Musician’s Day, get in the Beat!

    The International Musician's Day is celebrated on November 22, to celebrate all those who in some way or another interact and know about music
    Costa Rican Teacher's Day Is Commemorated With Great Love for Education 2020

    Costa Rican Teacher’s Day Is Commemorated With Great Love for Education

    The teacher is not the center of the educational process, the student is, but the teacher can become a leader, in a paradigm of universal citizenship insofar as his personal and professional life constitute a model of citizen
    Being a Woman: Natural Treatments for Your Health

    Gynecological Health Problems, Prevention is the Key

    We women must be attentive to any change that occurs in our body since women throughout their lives experience different changes,
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