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Costa Rica tops in attracting foreign investment: report

Costa Rica was the world’s best-performing country relative to its size in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), according to analysis from fDi Intelligence. 

Will U.S. call center bill affect jobs in Costa Rica?

The bill requires the Secretary of Labor to maintain a publicly available list of all employers that relocate call centers overseas, and to make such companies ineligible for federal grants or taxpayer-guaranteed loans.

Will Donald Trump’s victory affect Costa Rica’s economy?

The consensus among Costa Rican government officials: Donald Trump could certainly effect Costa Rica's economy, but the jury's out until he announces his policies.

Costa Rica drops two spots in global competitiveness ranking

The World Economic Forum ranked Costa Rica fourth in Latin America and second in Central America behind Panama.

Canadian tech firm hiring for new Costa Rica operation

Tech consultancy firm Konrad Group opened its doors in Costa Rica this week, its first operation outside of North America.

Foreign firms in Costa Rica created 12,000 new jobs this year

Foreign-owned companies opened nearly 12,000 new jobs here in 2015, the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE) reported this week.

San José tops rankings of most competitive cities in Latin America

Costa Rica's capital leads the region in four of the 12 categories of “The World's Most Competitive Cities 2015” ranking that analyzes the most attractive cities for investment worldwide.

US company World Fuel Services seeks 70 bilingual employees

World Fuel Services (WFS), a company in the marketing and financing of fuel products sector, will expand its operations in Costa Rica next year, and it is currently recruiting 70 people, the Foreign Trade Ministry reported.

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.

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.

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