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Costa Rica’s biggest export isn’t what you think

Costa Rica has come a long way since it was a literal banana republic — a country whose economy was dominated by the fruit...

Costa Rica requests panel over export dispute

Costa Rica requested the creation of an arbitration panel at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on its dispute with Panama

Med tech company to open factory, create 700 new jobs in Costa Rica

Terumo Blood and Cell Technologies, a US-based subsidiary of the Japanese Terumo Corporation, will open a factory for the manufacturing of medical devices in Costa Rica. 

Precision medical equipment remains Costa Rica’s top export

Costa Rica tallied more than $5.77 billion in exports over the first five months of 2021, a 23% increase over the same period last year.

Led by medical equipment, Costa Rica exports continue increasing

Costa Rica tallied more than $4.5 billion in exports over the first four months of 2021, a 17% increase over the same period last year.

Costa Rica among world’s biggest exporters of medical devices

Costa Rica ranks 14th globally and second in Latin America for the export of medical equipment, according to the Foreign Trade Promoter of Costa Rica (PROCOMER).

Costa Rica exports continue increasing, despite pandemic

Costa Rica tallied more than $2 billion in exports over the first two months of 2021, a 10% increase over the same period last year. 

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.

ECLAC projects 23% drop in exports in Latin America and the Caribbean due to pandemic

Only four countries, all Central American, increased their exports between January and May 2020:

Opening of Moín container terminal postponed to 2019

Public Works and Transport Minister Germán Valverde said that the delay will not affect the country's commercial sector, as the Atlantic Port Authority will continue offering import and export cargo mobilization services at its terminal.

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