The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday approved a three-year, $1.78 billion loan to help stabilize Costa Rica's economy.
The Minister of Labor, Geannina Dinarte, highlighted that on the first day of the dialogue, the interest of the sectors in reaching agreements was evident.
Because blockades can change regularly, we recommend using Waze to plan your route — and a suitable backup — before driving.
The Public Security Ministry (MSP) on Monday reported no known blockades on Costa Rican roads and highways.
Costa Rica seeks a way out of its severe fiscal crisis through a national dialogue among all sectors of the country, in the midst of setbacks after the collapse of the first call for broad negotiations.
A planned round table between President Carlos Alvarado, lawmakers and various community leaders to discuss Costa Rica’s financial future was canceled before it could begin.
The roadblocks in Costa Rica broke out Wednesday, September 30, in rejection of a government proposal to negotiate an agreement with the IMF.