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Costa Rica faces bean shortage, prompting emergency call for imports

Officials from Costa Rica’s Agriculture and Livestock Ministry this week warned of a shortage of beans in the country, and issued an order to allow tax-free importation from any country in order to meet an estimated shortage of 21,000 tons needed to supply local demand from July to January.
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