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Costa Rica supports banning contracts with corrupt companies

The bill comes a month after news broke of an alleged bribery scandal involving several of Costa Rica's largest infrastructure companies.

Costa Rica unemployment rate at 17.7%

Unemployment in Costa Rica was 17.7% in the moving quarter from March to May 2021, according to the  National Institute of Statistics and Census (Inec).

Legislative Assembly votes in favor of IMF loan to Costa Rica

The Legislative Assembly approved, in a first debate, the $1.778 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Costa Rica will receive $250 million from Green Fund for electric train

The electric train was a main campaign promise for  Alvarado, who was elected as president of Costa Rica in 2018.

MOPT leader investigated for corruption in Costa Rica

The Minister of Public Works and Transportation of Costa Rica, Rodolfo Méndez, became one of those investigated in an alleged bribery scandal between construction companies and the government

Man sentenced to 35 years in prison for murder of Eva Morera

Randall Garita Oviedo was sentenced to 35 years in prison for the 2019 murder of Eva Morera Ulloa, a criminal court ruled Tuesday.

The ‘Cochinilla’ bribery scandal, explained

The biggest story in Costa Rica for the past week has been an alleged bribery scandal involving public infrastructure projects.

Costa Rica the latest Latin American country facing corruption scandal

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

‘Indignation, anger and fury’ in response to Costa Rica corruption probe

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

Anti-corruption operation results in arrests, raids at Casa Presidencial

Costa Rican authorities on Monday raided the Presidential House and various state agencies

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