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Costa Rica’s exports grow to record level despite pandemic

The dynamism of the export sector made it possible to cushion the economic impact of the pandemic, which led to a projected fall of 4.5% in GDP in 2020.

Costa Rica seizes record five metric tons of cocaine

Central America is one of the main routes for drugs headed from South America to the United States and Europe.

Antonov An-124 expected in Costa Rica on Friday afternoon [Updated]

An Antonov An-124, among the world's largest planes, is expected to land at Costa Rica's Juan Santamaría International Airport.

Opening of Moín container terminal postponed to 2019

Public Works and Transport Minister Germán Valverde said that the delay will not affect the country's commercial sector, as the Atlantic Port Authority will continue offering import and export cargo mobilization services at its terminal.

Moín cargo terminal will not be ready in January

APM Terminals said it will announce a new delivery date for the Moín cargo terminal project in 30 days, and pay all related fines for the delay.

Afro-Caribbean Day in Costa Rica: Government Promises New Cruise Ship Terminal

The president also announced funding to rebuild the Black Star Line building, among other important projects for the Caribbean coast.

New Moín container terminal set to open in 2017

A new container terminal under construction in Costa Rica's Caribbean port of Moín is more than one-quarter of the way finished, the government said Friday.

Improving English seen as one step to better job prospects for black Costa Ricans

In addition to economic concerns, a new plan addresses Afro-descendent culture and access to justice. Among that plan’s call to action are policies to improve access to employment opportunities and public services, and programs to educate children about racial stereotypes.

Protestor convicted for vandalism during protests against Moín port

Labor leaders and some politicians denounced the conviction, while the court said it would not allow vandalism during protests.

Moín terminal construction to create 700 jobs

The Moín Container Terminal is set to quadruple the port of Moín’s current capacity.

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