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    Guanacaste Airport Contributes to the Growth and Development of Costa Rica

    The Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport (AIDOQ) continues to consolidate itself as a source of development for the region and the country,...

    Investing in Infrastructure as a Way of Boosting the Costa Rican Economy in 2019

    In a situation such as the one currently experienced by Costa Rica, one of the ways to boost the economy is to increase the...
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    Costa Rica is Second in Latin America in Competitiveness

    Through improvements in health and education, Costa Rica scaled seven places in the Global Competitiveness Report 2017-2018, which evaluates countries in social progress. In this...

    COSTA RICA JOINS IN THE PREVENTION OF CYBER CRIME

    The global scope of cyber crime continues to grow, and cyber criminals have discovered that malicious data encryption followed by a ransom demand can...

    Proposal to declare national emergency in road infrastructure

    With the intention of overcoming the backwardness in road infrastructure that affects the competitiveness of Costa Rica, Mario Redondo, member of the Alianza Democrata...

    How to become a sustainable city

    Technology, intelligent buildings, energy-saving systems - these are some ideas that come to mind when we hear the term "sustainable city." However, this concept...

    Alajuela Becomes a Bike-Friendly City

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The City Council of Alajuela as had declared the province as "Bike-Friendly", so they will now prioritize resources...

    Alajuela Invests in Infrastructure and Culture Centers for the Upcoming Women’s World Cup

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The mayor of Alajuela, Robert Thompson, told the press that in preparation of the World Women's Under-17  Cup,...

    Brazil's OAS asks for $ 45.9 million from Costa Rica

    Controversy over Concession Road between San Jose and the town of San Ramon continues. The Brazilian company OAS sought compensation of $ 45.9 million to...

    New Road to San Carlos Ready to Start in May After 43 Years

    After 43 years of the road to San Carlos seems to be finally coming to an end, as the Ministry of Public Works and...

    Jobs return at last after lean years in Costa Rica

    As the economy recovers and tourism grows the number of jobs increase for Costa Rica. Foreign investment is also attracted to this country and...

    Percentage of North American tourists visiting Costa Rica declines

    Over the last six years the percentage of North American tourists in Costa Rica has declined, new figures show. However the percentage of visitors from Central and South America has increased.

    Infrastructure Gaining Ground in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica has weathered some boom and bust cycles, but is finally gearing up to retain the honor of being the top travel and retirement destination in Central America as infrastructure gains ground.
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