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China to donate 6 Electric Buses to Costa Rica

According to the ICE (Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad ) China has announced the donation of six electric buses to Costa Rica. The donation was...

U.S. bets on Latin America to counter China’s influence

The United States is exploring public works investment projects to counter China's influence in the region.

Taiwan warns Honduras against ‘flashy, false’ China promises

Taiwan warned Honduras against "flashy and false" promises by China after the Latin American nation's main opposition party vowed to switch diplomatic recognition to Beijing.

Mike Pompeo discusses U.S.-Costa Rica relations in call with Foreign Minister

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke on Monday with Rodolfo Solano Quirós, Costa Rica's Foreign Minister, representatives from both countries announced. 

$10 million donation from China to fund National Stadium improvements

The Chinese government offered Costa Rica a new National Stadium as a gift and spent an estimated $100 million on its construction.

China to lower tariffs, begin importing Costa Rican pork in January

The move does not appear to be linked to the bruising trade war between China and the US.

Panamanian president Varela: China to accelerate its Latin American rise

Varela made the comments upon returning home from a historic visit to China and meetings with President Xi Jinping.

Biofuels would be produced at Chinese refinery in Limón, says Costa Rica oil chief

News of the agreement came as Costa Rican and Chinese officials reached consensus Friday on how to move forward with the $1.5 billion project after the Comptroller General’s Office canceled the previous project over a conflict of interest in 2013.

Costa Rica hopes Chinese tourists will think pura vida for their next vacation

Increasing purchasing power and fewer travel restrictions has made of Chinese travelers one of the most coveted demographics for tourist destinations. China has become the world’s largest source for international tourists, who spent $129 billion on travel in 2013, according to the World Tourism Organization.

Costa Rica, China to explore creation of ‘special economic zones’

Costa Rica could find itself once again as a center of high-tech manufacturing, including cars and renewable energy equipment, after President Luis Guillermo Solís and Chinese President Xi Jinping signed a strategic partnership agreement that included future discussion of "special economic zones" in Costa Rica for Chinese enterprises, according to a statement from Casa Presidencial.

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