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Tech company Ingram Micro to hire 120 employees in Costa Rica

Recruiters are looking for professional staff for their finance, purchase, sales, and information systems departments as well as technical personnel for their customer service and services center departments.

Bosch opens business outsourcing company in Costa Rica

German outsourcing services supplier Bosch Service Solutions on Wednesday opened its first business service center in Costa Rica.

Roche expands Costa Rica operation with new service center

The pharmaceutical company hopes the expansion will allow it to increase exports by 50 percent over the next five years.

U.S. consulting firm GEP to open Costa Rica operation

U.S.-based consulting, outsourcing and software services company GEP will open a services center in Costa Rica in the second half of 2015.

US food giant Mondelēz to open shared-services center in Costa Rica

The company this week began recruiting staff for its Costa Rica facility, to be located west of the capital, San José. Operations are scheduled to begin in October, the company announced.

South Korean textile company opens new plant in Costa Rica

The new Costa Rica plant employs 270 workers and produces cotton yarn for export, mainly to other countries in North and South America.

Foreign direct investment in Costa Rica declines 21 percent, but still beats government prediction

Investments by companies in free-zone regimes helped cushion declines in foreign direct investment in other sectors.

Bacardí opens regional service center in Costa Rica

The service center, located in Escazú, opened with 135 employees. The company estimates staff could increase up to 200 by December.

Costa Rican lawmakers to probe Labor Minister on recent business closures, layoffs

Labor Minister Víctor Morales Mora took to social media after Monday's legislative motion, saying he was happy to testify about his administration's efforts to improve the country's employment panorama.

Regulatory hurdles, inexperience contribute to China-Costa Rica trade imbalance

The trade minister said that while China’s increasingly affluent population makes it a large potential market for Costa Rican fruit, vegetable, meat and seafood exporters, entry into the market is complicated by a range of factors including distance, inexperience with the country and its business norms, and rigorous regulations.

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