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    ICT Presents New Roadmap for Tourism Industry Recovery

    Taking advantage of an unprecedented national advertising campaign and with actions aimed at reducing prices for the final consumer. In this way,...

    ICT and Cinde Sign Agreement to Promote Foreign Investment Directed to Tourist Infrastructure

    The Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) signed on Wednesday an agreement with the Costa Rican Coalition of Development Initiatives (Cinde), to bring direct foreign...

    Nanotechnology Comes to Costa Rica!

    Without realizing it, the human being has worked with nano-particles since immemorial times. Carbon particles produced by combustion, simple molecules and many viruses that...

    English Teaching Becomes A National Priority in Costa Rica

    A few weeks ago, the President of the Republic of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, presented the "Alliance for Bilingualism" (ABi) as a component of...

    Costa Rica: A Paradise For Retirees From Around The World

    Every year, more and more people are deciding to retire and enjoy the last stage of their lives in Costa Rica, but have you...

    Increased demand for intellectual property rights

    The increased innovation in intangibles in recent years has let to the demand for protection mechanisms called intellectual property rights. The brand name of a product,...

    Costa Rica Foreign Investment Exceeds 2014 Target

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - While Costa Rica’s Foreign Direct Investment target of $1.9 million for 2014 was exceeded, growth slowed with an...

    U.S. sets Deadline for Foreign Banks to give Information on U.S. Citizens

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The United States on Friday set new deadline to July 1st, 2014 the deadline for foreign banks to...
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    Foreign investment in Latin America up 40% in 2010 – U.N.

    The Latin American and Caribbean region showed great resilience to the international financial crisis according to a newly released U.N. report on foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2010. Costa Rica was the second largest recipient in Central America.
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