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The Tico Times Weekly Digest: Jan. 28, 2019

January 28, 2019

Costa Rica recognizes Juan Guaidó as the interim President of Venezuela, Nicaragua continues to blame Costa Rica for clashes and more in this week’s digest.

This week’s show was brought to you by Riverside Marketplace.

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Featured News Stories
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Costa Rica recognizes Juan Guaidó as President of Venezuela; Maduro severs ties with US, expels diplomats:

http://bit.ly/2FSUnB9

Puerto Viejo Deep Dive – Speeding on Route 256 killing animals, reshaping mobility:

http://bit.ly/2DB6hgw

Puerto Viejo Deep Dive – Costa Rica free from plastic:

http://bit.ly/2sSBHc0

Costa Rica reduces fiscal deficit more than anticipated:

http://bit.ly/2UfWAts

Costa Rica proposes law to legalize (and tax) ride-hailing app Uber:

http://bit.ly/2UjZr4B

Uber – Proposed law a start, but “far from a proposal that encourages innovation:”

http://bit.ly/2DE1n2q

Off the Eaten Path – Don Doner:

http://bit.ly/2RR2Taa

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