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Costa Rica tops in attracting foreign investment: report

Costa Rica was the world’s best-performing country relative to its size in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), according to analysis from fDi Intelligence. 

United Arab Emirates mission evaluates investment options in Costa Rica

Local officials presented members of the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development with a series of projects in public infrastructure and public services.

Will Donald Trump’s victory affect Costa Rica’s economy?

The consensus among Costa Rican government officials: Donald Trump could certainly effect Costa Rica's economy, but the jury's out until he announces his policies.

Foreign firms announce more than 2,000 new job openings in Costa Rica

Five foreign companies in Costa Rica are looking to make 2,200 new hires for jobs in business, finances, accounting, engineering and customer services.

Foreign firms in Costa Rica created 12,000 new jobs this year

Foreign-owned companies opened nearly 12,000 new jobs here in 2015, the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE) reported this week.

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.

Equifax to offer 400 jobs in Costa Rica

The expansion will allow the financial and credit services company to provide support for its operations in 19 countries in the Americas and Europe.

President Solís to support reforms, female leadership at United Nations

Costa Rica’s President Luis Guillermo Solís travels to New York Friday to address the United Nations General Assembly before meeting with U.S. lawmakers in Washington D.C. Solís and the Costa Rican delegation will meet with business and international leaders while stressing a message of connecting extreme poverty and inequality, according to a statement from Casa Presidencia

Hewlett-Packard’s split will not affect Costa Rica operation, company says

The change only will apply at the operational level and will not have any impact on the company's staff in the country, currently at over 6,000 employees, HP reported.

Costa Rica’s Solís prepares for his 16th trip abroad in a year

Christian Democratic Alliance lawmaker Mario Redondo presented a report also stating that “officials from 13 ministries have taken 1,654 trips during the first year of the current administration.”

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