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The Tico Times Weekly Digest: Dec. 17, 2018

December 17, 2018

Epsy Campbell resigns as foreign minister, our Santa Teresa Deep Dive continues and we find some great sushi and a warm Christmas cocktail in this Weekly Digest.

Links to the stories below:

Epsy Campbell resigns as Foreign Minister:
http://bit.ly/2ChIKRb

IMF projects economic slowdown in Costa Rica in 2018:
http://bit.ly/2BopYWE

Santa Teresa Deep Dive – Cultures divide over herbicide:
http://bit.ly/2CiQra0

Costa Rica appoints Guillermo Rodríguez as first indigenous ambassador:
http://bit.ly/2ChD7lX

Chile to replace Brazil as 2019 UN climate summit host:
http://bit.ly/2ChDb5b

Cabra Negra’s warm Rompope foams its way until Christmas:
http://bit.ly/2GmqFp3

Off the Eaten Path – Tamura:
http://bit.ly/2Cik5w0

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