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Foreign Ministry signs agreements with United Arab Emirates

Tax and investment agreements between Costa Rica and the UAE were the result of bilateral meetings in San José.

Central American envoys in Israel Don’t forget about us

The lavish reception at the Tel Aviv Sheraton attracted about 200 diplomats, private executives, government officials, journalists and others.

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.

Costa Rica’s exports up 8 percent in 2016

Foreign Trade Minister Alexander Mora attributed the positive result to efforts to diversify goods and destination markets for Costa Rican exports.

Costa Rica exports up 7 percent in 2016

Costa Rica's exports rose 7 percent during the first half of this year compared to the same period of 2015, indicating a rebound after years of decline.

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 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.

Costa Rica’s Solís prepares for his 16th trip abroad in a year

Christian Democratic Alliance lawmaker Mario Redondo presented a report also stating that “officials from 13 ministries have taken 1,654 trips during the first year of the current administration.”

Wanted: bilingual professionals in Costa Rica

Three U.S. companies said they would expand their operations in Costa Rica in the coming months. They plan to hire a total of 450 people, mostly bilingual professionals.

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.

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