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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.

Moín cargo terminal will not be ready in January

APM Terminals said it will announce a new delivery date for the Moín cargo terminal project in 30 days, and pay all related fines for the delay.

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 presents interoceanic canal project

The proposed canal would connect ports in Parismina in the Caribbean province of Limón and La Cruz in Guanacaste through 315 kilometers (196 miles) of railway and an 8-lane road.

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.

Cargo ferry between Costa Rica, El Salvador to start in July

MOPT estimates a one-way trip will take about 16 hours, compared to the current driving time of up to five days by road.

Venezuela, Colombia woes drag down Panama’s free trade zone

Panama's free trade zone -- the biggest in Latin America -- is in crisis in large part because of economic woes sapping major export customers Venezuela and Colombia, Commerce Minister Augusto Arosemena said Wednesday.

Costa Rica exports down 15 percent in 2015, mostly thanks to Intel exit

The total value of Costa Rican export goods fell by 15 percent last year, though most of that decline is attributed to the 2014 exit of chipmaker Intel.

Costa Rica fashion designers to promote their creations abroad

The creations of Tico fashion designers could be the country's newest export product.

Intel hiring for new Costa Rica operation

Intel is recruiting professional and technical staff for its new research and development center in Costa Rica, which the company officially announced Tuesday in San José.

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