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Limonenses weigh in on Moín Port expansion and the ongoing dockworkers strike

A Tico Times reporter takes a stroll down Limón's main boulevard and asks local residents what they think about a proposed $1 billion Moín Port expansion project at the center of the ongoing controversy.

US updates import requirements for tomatoes, gluten-free products

As of Aug. 20, all tomato shipments arriving in the United States must comply with new requirements to prevent the spread of a plague known as the tomato moth.

Russia OKs imports of Costa Rican beef, milk powder

Costa Rica's cattle industry meets all health requirements for exporting to Russia, according to Russia's Federal Administration of Veterinary and Phytosanitary Control.

Even without diplomatic ties, Costa Rica still ranks as Taiwan’s top Central America trade partner

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Seven years ago, Costa Rican President Óscar Arias outraged Taiwanese officials by breaking diplomatic relations with the prosperous island nation and aligning Costa Rica instead with mainland China. Yet Costa Rica remains Taiwan’s largest Central American trading partner by far, with bilateral trade consistently outpacing the region’s other countries

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.

Costa Rica’s Solís to address trade imbalance with China at CELAC meeting

President Luis Guillermo Solís, representing Costa Rica as the president pro tempore of the regional organization, is set to meet with the presidents of China, Brazil and Chile during the week-long event in Brasilia.

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.

Costa Rica to cash in on 2014 World Cup with TV, print publicity around the world

Costa Rica's abundant tourist attractions and business opportunities will be on full display during the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 in the U.K., U.S., Germany and Spain.

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