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Composting is gaining popularity in Costa Rican households

According to data from the Directorate of Radiological Protection and Environmental Health, organic waste composting has gained strength in Costa Rican households as a...

Conti Group hacking affects Costa Rican teachers

The attack carried out by cyber criminals on the Ministry of Finance's IT platforms affects the salaries of at least 12,000 educators, representing 13%...

Costa Rican President Rodrigo Chaves will attend World Economic Forum

The President of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves Robles, will make his first international trip with the objective of seeking more foreign investment that will...

Costa Rica lifts ban on Hass avocado imports

Costa Rican President Rodrigo Chaves, announced this Wednesday, May 18, the decision to lift the restriction on Hass avocado imports. “On the controversial matter of...

Costa Rica’s World Cup qualification would boost economy by $18 million

Costa Rica will play a decisive match against New Zealand on June 14. La Sele will fight for a spot in the upcoming World...

Costa Rica Hotels offer special discounts and free nights for the low season

The low season for most Costa Rican hotels begins in May and extends through November, so lodging facilities must rely on different tactics to...

United States First Lady Jill Biden will visit Costa Rica

First Lady Jill Biden will be headed to Latin America on Wednesday. She will leave Washington for a six-day visit to three countries: Ecuador,...

Costa Rica National Weather Institute forecasts heavier rains starting Tuesday

Starting Tuesday afternoon and evening, Costa Rica will experience an increase in rainfall intensity which will continue throughout the week, due to the arrival...

Costa Rica Businesses can Deny Entry to Customers without Masks

In Costa Rica, any business (a restaurant, clothing store, movie theater, bar or hardware store) may reserve the right to refuse admission to those...

Costa Rica President on Cyberattack: “People within Costa Rica are collaborating with Conti”

Costa Rican President, Rodrigo Chaves, stated that there are people in the country who are collaborating with the Conti cyber-criminal group. The hackers are...

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