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Opening of Moín container terminal postponed to 2019

Public Works and Transport Minister Germán Valverde said that the delay will not affect the country's commercial sector, as the Atlantic Port Authority will continue offering import and export cargo mobilization services at its terminal.

Travel Alert: Route 32 to Limón to close for two days this week

Traffic Police officials will completely close off a stretch of Route 32 between San José and Río Frío.

Moín cargo terminal will not be ready in January

APM Terminals said it will announce a new delivery date for the Moín cargo terminal project in 30 days, and pay all related fines for the delay.

Mexico takes Costa Rica ban on avocados to World Trade Organization

The World Trade Organization will grant Costa Rica ten days to file a response, and the countries will then have 60 days to negotiate a solution on the ban on Hass avocados.

Costa Rica evaluates lifting ban on Mexican avocados

The Agriculture Ministry said in a news release that officials are working on a protocol that would allow them negotiate the reopening of avocado imports from Mexico by midyear.

Costa Rican importers decry black market avocados 1 year after ban

Agricultural importers say contraband Mexican Hass avocados have been appearing in farmers markets around the capital lately.

Comptroller General’s Office approves contract to expand Route 32

The expansion from two to four lanes a 107-kilometer stretch of Route 32, the main road to the Caribbean region, is finally moving forward after the Comptroller General’s Office approved the project’s contract.

Cargo ferry between Costa Rica, El Salvador to start in July

MOPT estimates a one-way trip will take about 16 hours, compared to the current driving time of up to five days by road.

ExpoVino convention invites Costa Ricans to taste the world’s wines

The ExpoVino wine convention opens to the public Thursday and Friday in Belén, just west of San José, with diverse samplings of Costa Rica's finest imported wines, from Chile, Argentina, the United States, Spain, Italy and even Germany.

Costa Rica’s avocado ban turns into a food fight

The fast food sandwich chain Subway found itself at the center of a quarrel over a ban on avocado imports in Costa Rica Thursday when the restaurant’s decision to temporarily stop offering avocado led to a stunt by Communication Minister Mauricio Herrera.

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