No menu items!


- Advertisement -spot_img

Popular Articles

Costa Rica foreign investment

Costa Rica unemployment reaches 10.1 percent

Unemployment in Costa Rica reached 10.1 percent in the first quarter of this year, a slight increase over the same period last year, the National Statistics and Census Institute (INEC) reported Tuesday.

Wanted: bilingual professionals in Costa Rica

Three U.S. companies said they would expand their operations in Costa Rica in the coming months. They plan to hire a total of 450 people, mostly bilingual professionals.

President Solís confirms trip to Europe in March

During a ceremony to inaugurate Costa Rica's 2015 school year, Solís said the first leg of his tour will include a stop in Paris on March 16, where he will promote Costa Rica’s candidacy for a full member spot in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Coca-Cola CEO meets with Costa Rica president on expansion plans

President Luis Guillermo Solís and Muhtar Kent, CEO of U.S. soft-drink giant Coca-Cola, met at Casa Presidencial Wednesday morning to discuss the company’s expansion here and an initiative to incorporate more diverse producers into the company’s supply chain.

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.

New report includes paper on what Cuban economists might learn from Costa Rica

According to Costa Rica's former trade minister, Alberto Trejos, Cuba, whose halting reforms have failed to energize the island’s stagnant, centralized economy, may have a thing or two to learn from Costa Rica – which over the last 30 years has made strides in slashing poverty, promoting trade and luring foreign direct investment.

Costa Rica’s capital is the second best city in the region for doing business, World Bank says

San José ranks second among 22 cities from Central America and the Dominican Republic for doing business, according to the World Bank report “Doing Business 2015,” presented Monday.

Costa Rica’s major league concern

Two weeks after the end of the World Series, The Tico Times looks at the Costa Rican factory in Turrialba where MLB baseballs are made.

Tourism officials approve first licenses for use of country brand ‘Essential Costa Rica’

The Costa Rican Tourism Board on Thursday confirmed approval of the first applications for the use by tourism businesses of the country's brand, "Essential Costa Rica," in advertising, corporate communications and promotional events.

Tourism sector extends ad buy during World Cup quarterfinals

La Sele's historic qualification for the quarterfinals round of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil prompted the Costa Rican Tourism Board (ICT) to extend the airing of a TV ad campaign currently promoting the country as an ideal destination for tourism, trade and investment.

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img