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The Tico Times Weekly Digest: March 04, 2019

March 4, 2019

Decarbonization, soccer, cheeseburgers and more. Get up to speed on Costa Rica’s biggest news stories in our first March Tico Times Weekly Digest.

Read the stories mentioned above:

A plan to decarbonize by 2050 – how will Costa Rica pay for it?

APM Terminals Moín inaugurated, aims to turn Costa Rica into Central American shipping leader

Two police officers detained, suspected of robbing foreigners

The Tico Times Dispatch – February news roundup

Saprissa routed by Tigres, eliminated from CONCACAF Champions League

Costa Rica eliminated from CONCACAF Champions League with Herediano loss

Off the Eaten Path – Salt Traders


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