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    Manuel Antonio: Best National Park for Beaches, Hiking and Wildlife

    Manuel Antonio National Park on the Pacific coast, is a magical place displaying scenic beauty with many white sand beaches, lush mountains and voluptuous...

    Weekend Raid Takes Down Illegal Cock Fighting Operation in Naranjo

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – A raid on illegal cockfighting took place in Naranjo, where apparently 32 roosters were ready to fight. The property...

    Costa Rica Plans to Use the World Cup 2014 to Advertise Tourism and Travel

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica will use TV audiences of the Brazil World Cup to attract tourists and investors from the...

    Slow Bureaucratic Processes Causing Problems for Costa Rica Businesses

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The lack of training of staff regarding customer service standards, the absence of a real digitalization system and...

    Heading to Nicaragua? Recent Statistics Show Tourists Spend $42.40 Per Day

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Foreign tourists in Nicaragua spent an average of $42.40 per day in the first quarter of this year,...

    Solis Travels to the U.S. to Attract Investors for Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica's president, Luis Guillermo Solis, will begin  a five-day visit to the U.S. next Monday to meet...

    Take Help of Unpakt to Shift Base Anywhere Anytime

    Of late, a lot of people have to shift base from one place to another. This has become a recent trend because many business...

    Costa Rican Job Fair Next Week in Heredia

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – A job fair featuring at least 26 companies will be open to the public from 10:00 am to...

    Sea Turtle Nests Saved Nightly from Poachers in the Caribbean

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – About 200 turtle eggs are rescued every night by the National Guard (SNG) on different beaches in the...

    Global Report Calls Costa Rica a 'Sports Betting Paradise'

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A detailed report released on Thursday in Paris, France, reveals that organized crime launders $140 billion annually through sports...

    International Tourism Fair Draws Interest from 37 Countries

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - After the opening of the tourism and marketing conference Expotur, 2,500 business meetings were conducted and recorded, according...

    Guatemala Hosts International Water Conservation Forum

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Some 400 local and foreign academics and entrepreneurs will meet in Guatemala in September to discuss a better...

    70 Coffee Samples Compete to Become Costa Rica's Best

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A total of 70 samples of coffee from all over the country are being tasted this week by...

    MEP Claims to Have Teacher Pay Strike Resolution by May 14

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - After the mass demonstration of educators on Wednesday morning, the Ministry of Public Education (MEP) says that the...

    Costa Rica Defines Its National Food Security Policies

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The authorities of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG) participate this week in the 33rd FAO Regional...

    Costa Rican companies launch Competitiveness CouncilEmpresas crean el Consejo de Promoción de la Competitividad

    San José, Costa Rica. Several Costa Rican companies united to create the Competitiveness Council (CPC), which was launched during the Competitiveness Summit 2011, held last...

    Google tries where others failed: shaking up TV biz

    (Reuters) - Google TV, a service that will bring the Web to television screens, is likely to create more headaches for broadcast and cable...

    Women in Costa Rica Receive Business Management Training

    by Ana Laura Cárdenas Since last August, about 50 women from four communities in the district of Desamparados, San Jose, Costa Rica, have received Business...

    Costa Rica Allocates $15 Million to Repair Bridges

    SAN JOSE – The Costa Rica government announced that it is allocating $15 million for the reparation of 10 bridges, two days after a...

    A Vegetarian Among Meat-eating Spiders

    For years, scientists were confident about one uniform trait of the world's 40,000 spider species: They were meat-eaters. So you can imagine the eureka moment...

    Publishers Work to Transform Learning In Latin America

    FRANKFURT- Global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has secured multiple adoptions of its groundbreaking customized education solutions throughout Latin America. From Ecuador and Chile to Panama, Costa...

    US job loss is Costa Rica’s gain

    By Alex Leff , GlobalPost TURRIALBA, Costa Rica — For generations, coffee and sugar cane have kept many of the working people employed in this...

    Pan-American Life pursues Costa Rican market

    New Orleans-based Pan-American Life Insurance Group announced Wednesday that it has filed a request for authorization to enter the Costa Rican market. The company already...

    Arias warns Honduran elections won’t be recognized

    By JENNIFER KAY (AP) CORAL GABLES, Fla. — Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias on Tuesday commended the interim president of Honduras for saying he will...

    Thoughts on the World Economy

    Submitted by: Ryan Kelly In light of the recent credit crunch it is my firmly held belief that the governments of the world should revoke...

    Merida Initative increases aid to Costa Rica

    The United States' Merida Initiative will be providing an additional $1 million for the improvement of money laundering prevention methods and improvement of the...

    Access to millions for Costa Rica

    An additional $65 million available to Costa Rica, following a review of the terms of its standby loan, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said. The...

    Jungle Journey

    Eco Friendly Luxury Jungle Journey Off the Beaten Track Costa Rica Classic Honeymoon Heaven A Colorful Journey Through Tropical Jungles and Beaches Day 1: A private transfer will pick you...

    Costa Rica Set to Launch Biofuel Cooperative

    The Biofuel business globally is booming, in Costa Rica it is exploding. The world has moved, by necessity, into a new era of alternative...

    Carbon Controversies in Costa Rica

    Does the Model Central American Country Live Up to its Big Green Reputation, Particularly When It Comes to Climate Control? Everyone needs something to...

    New Partnership Seeks to Reform Real Estate in Latin America

    Liberia, Costa Rica, August 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Craig Williamson, President of ERA Real Estate in Latin America and Chairman of the Green Building Council...

    New Partnership Seeks to Reform Real Estate in Latin America

    Liberia, Costa Rica, August 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Craig Williamson, President of ERA Real Estate in Latin America and Chairman of the Green Building Council...

    Capstone Turbine Names EXI – Electromec Costa Rican Distributor

    CHATSWORTH, Calif., Aug. 12, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Capstone Turbine Corporation (www.capstoneturbine.com) (Nasdaq:CPST), the world's leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, recently...

    China Stepping Up Trade Presence in Latin America

    Business is booming between China and Latin America as the competition for resources continues. China has been busy in Latin America. Trade between Latin America...

    Indigenous People Sidelined

    SAN JOSÉ, IPS) - The Diquís dam, the largest hydroelectric project in Central America, is worrying indigenous communities because Costa Rica’s state power company...

    GT Launches Supply Chain Research Center

    Georgia Institute of Technology has launched a research center in Costa Rica to help develop new supply-chain technologies. The Georgia Tech Trade-chain Innovation and...

    Costa Rica boosts marketing spend to attract C&I business

    Costa Rica Tourism Board's global marketing budget increases to USD20m this year Costa Rica has increased its global marketing budget to promote the country as...

    Recycling plans begin in Costa Rican cities

    Costa Rican cities are starting to see yellow recycling containers. The goal – to capture plastic bottles, newspapers, aluminum cans and paper cartons. Costa Rica's...

    Investment Guide 2009

    In the midst of the mighty shock caused by the international crisis, especially in relationship with future expectations, the investors must keep making decisions...

    Water Trading keep it Simple

    One year and a continent apart, two very different communities embarked on two very similar yet revolutionary ecosystem marketing schemes. by Alice Kenny New York City...
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