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Costa Rica’s exports of goods up from last year

Exports of services in 2016 also grew by 11 percent over 2015, the Foreign Trade Ministry and the Foreign Trade Promotion Office reported.

Costa Rica’s exports up 8 percent in 2016

Foreign Trade Minister Alexander Mora attributed the positive result to efforts to diversify goods and destination markets for Costa Rican exports.

Costa Rica exports up 7 percent in 2016

Costa Rica's exports rose 7 percent during the first half of this year compared to the same period of 2015, indicating a rebound after years of decline.

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.

San José tops rankings of most competitive cities in Latin America

Costa Rica's capital leads the region in four of the 12 categories of “The World's Most Competitive Cities 2015” ranking that analyzes the most attractive cities for investment worldwide.

Software company TradeStation Global Services expands Costa Rica operation

TradeStation Global Services, a software development company, confirmed the expansion of its operation in Costa Rica with new facilities and the doubling of its local staff.

Wanted: video interpreters in Costa Rica

Stratus Video, which provides real-time video interpreting services for doctors and patients in the U.S., is hiring interpreters in Costa Rica.

800 new jobs coming to Costa Rica

The recent opening of one company and expansion of another in Costa Rica represent a total investment of $33 million and 800 new jobs.

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."

Ticos abroad: Which Costa Rican products do you miss the most?

Tico coffee, a specific candy or a cookie brand: These are some of the Costa Rican products that Ticos living abroad frequently request from relatives or friends. So the Foreign Trade Promotion Office is using that loyalty to promote the opening of new export markets for local products.

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