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IHOP looking for investors to open in Costa Rica

The U.S. pancake giant sees Costa Rica as a key component of its Latin American expansion.

Crate & Barrel to invest $4 million in its first Costa Rica store

Investors said they chose Costa Rica “thanks to its political stability, its workforce availability and the competitiveness of the local market.”

Costa Rica’s Grupo Britt opens gourmet coffee store in San José

Look out Starbucks: Tico corporation Grupo Britt opened its first gourmet coffee store in Costa Rica this week at Multiplaza Escazú, west of the capital.

Costa Rica’s restaurant franchise sector plans new openings, more jobs

Costa Rica's restaurant sector – and specifically its fast-food sector – is showing improvement in the number of openings in the second half of this year, a trend Costa Rican Restaurants Chamber President Jorge Figueroa said is good news for job growth.

Local franchises look for investors at open house in San José

A total of 34 new franchises launched operations last year in Costa Rica. Twelve of them were Costa Rican businesses.

Dippin’ Dots ice cream comes to Costa Rica

The first Costa Rica location of U.S. ice cream brand Dippin’ Dots opened this week at Mall Plaza Premium La Cuesta in Escazú, southwest of San José.

Incesa Standard closes manufacturing plant in Costa Rica, lays off 150 employees

Kitchen and bath fixtures company Incesa Standard on Thursday evening confirmed the closing of its manufacturing operation in Costa Rica, which will be relocated to the company’s facilities in Guatemala and Nicaragua.

Johnny Rockets opens third location in Costa Rica

California-based burger chain Johnny Rockets on Thursday inaugurated its third restaurant in the country, which represents a $400,000 investment and 15 jobs, bringing to 90 the total number of jobs the local franchisee currently has here.

Another fast-food chain closes in Costa Rica

Last Saturday, the restaurant chain Bagelmen’s closed all of its locations in Costa Rica, laying off 110 employees.

Wendy’s leaves Costa Rica

Looks like aficionados of the franchise will have to dip their fries in a McDonald’s shake instead of a Frosty from now on.

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