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Costa Rica medical marijuana project sent to Sala IV

Costa Rica delayed the next steps with a bill that seeks to legalize medical marijuana and the production of hemp.

Costa Rica medical marijuana project advances

Costa Rica is taking the next steps with a bill that seeks to legalize medical marijuana and the production of hemp.

Study: Costa Rica’s natural food producers should eye Canada’s West Coast

Costa Rican exporters of foods mainly sell to Canada: sugar, fruit juices, purees and premix, various types of sauce, and powdered mixes.

Costa Rica exports down 15 percent in 2015, mostly thanks to Intel exit

The total value of Costa Rican export goods fell by 15 percent last year, though most of that decline is attributed to the 2014 exit of chipmaker Intel.

Costa Rica exports show slight growth in 2015

Exports of goods from Costa Rica during the first nine months of 2015 rose 2.3 percent compared with the same period of 2014 -- if adjusted for the infamous "Intel effect."

China approves entry of Costa Rican pineapples, tuna

Exports to China grew by an annual average of 7.6 percent between 2004 to 2014. Last year exports reached a total of $338.3 million, according to Costa Rica's Foreign Trade Ministry.

Costa Rican exporters look to increase sales at international fair

Some 300 Costa Rican companies will be offering their products at the fair to 200 buyers from 35 countries in Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Dutch orchid exporter selects Guatemala for its first international venture

One of Holland’s largest orchid growers is poised to build a sophisticated greenhouse in Guatemala to produce the popular, delicate flowers.

Costa Rica exports down 16 percent in first six months of 2015; ‘Intel effect’ continues

Intel's exit from Costa Rica last year continues to be the main factor causing negative growth of export products. Exports of services, however, grew for the fourth consecutive year.

Government promises solutions to local producers hurt by import prices

Casa Presidencial promised farmers an official proposal to address their concerns by Wednesday at 3 p.m.

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