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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.

New alliances seek to boost Costa Rica’s sustainable agricultural, fishing exports

The Green Growth Platform will focus on converting 200 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) into green businesses, while the Blue Growth Platform will work with fisheries to comply with international traceability standards.

Travel Alert: Route 32 to Limón to close for two days this week

Traffic Police officials will completely close off a stretch of Route 32 between San José and Río Frío.

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.

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’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.

Comptroller General’s Office approves contract to expand Route 32

The expansion from two to four lanes a 107-kilometer stretch of Route 32, the main road to the Caribbean region, is finally moving forward after the Comptroller General’s Office approved the project’s contract.

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.

Costa Rica coffee cashing in despite drop in exports

The value of Costa Rican coffee exports increased 11 percent — an additional $30 million — during 2015 compared to 2014.

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