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Intel expands Costa Rica operations

Microprocessor manufacturer Intel announced Monday the opening of its Client Computing Group in Costa Rica, a new business unit dedicated to developing tablets and PCs.

Ticos abroad: Which Costa Rican products do you miss the most?

Tico coffee, a specific candy or a cookie brand: These are some of the Costa Rican products that Ticos living abroad frequently request from relatives or friends. So the Foreign Trade Promotion Office is using that loyalty to promote the opening of new export markets for local products.

Netherlands now coordinates entire Central America program from San José embassy

The Netherlands, Costa Rica's second largest export buyer, now runs all of its diplomatic activities in Central America out of its San José office.

A whopper of a decision: Burger King closes its operations in Costa Rica

Burger King Corporation U.S. ordered the immediate closure of all 29 restaurants in Costa Rica as of today, Oct. 5. The closures mean 434 employees will lose their jobs, the owner of the local franchise BK Costa Rica said in a news release. The decision reportedly stems from a dispute between BK US and BK Costa Rica.

China approves entry of Costa Rican pineapples, tuna

Exports to China grew by an annual average of 7.6 percent between 2004 to 2014. Last year exports reached a total of $338.3 million, according to Costa Rica's Foreign Trade Ministry.

Costa Rican exporters look to increase sales at international fair

Some 300 Costa Rican companies will be offering their products at the fair to 200 buyers from 35 countries in Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Costa Rica’s Imperial beer now available in Switzerland

Good news! You can now curl up in a Swiss chalet with a pot of fondue and a bottle of Costa Rica's most iconic lager.

Flower export company relocates to Guatemala

The company blames the country's excessive red tape. It plans to dismiss all 400 employees here.

Costa Rica exports down 16 percent in first six months of 2015; ‘Intel effect’ continues

Intel's exit from Costa Rica last year continues to be the main factor causing negative growth of export products. Exports of services, however, grew for the fourth consecutive year.

Costa Rican companies diversify exports to Chile

Promotion strategies in recent months are attracting Chilean buyers of healthy, zero-calorie, gluten-free, organic and environmentally friendly Tico products, according to Costa Rica’s Foreign Trade Promotion Office (PROCOMER).

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