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Costa Rica Legalizes Medical Marijuana and Hemp

Just hours after the National Assembly approved a bill legalizing medical marijuana and hemp, Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado signed the bill into law....

Fight for legal marijuana to continue in Costa Rica

A law project to legalize and promote the hemp and medical cannabis industries in Costa Rica will resume its progress through the Legislative Assembly this week

Legislative Assembly votes in favor of IMF loan to Costa Rica

The Legislative Assembly approved, in a first debate, the $1.778 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Controversial public-employment bill passes first debate

A controversial bill that seeks to regulate public employment passed a first debate in Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly on Thursday.

State of the Republic: President Alvarado promotes infrastructure, progress

President Carlos Alvarado on Tuesday delivered the State of the Republic, an annual rendering of accounts before the Legislative Assembly and the Costa Rican public.

IMF sees global economy improving despite uncertainties

Economic growth led by the United States and China is accelerating, amplifying the risks of an uneven global recovery.

IMF approves $1.8 billion loan for Costa Rica

The IMF approved a 36-month credit agreement for $1.778 billion dollars with Costa Rica

Costa Rican university students protest against law to regulate public employment

The project is part of the initiatives proposed by the government to adjust its finances in search of an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Costa Rica and IMF reach technical agreement on fiscal adjustment

The Central American country's fiscal deficit reached 8.3% of GDP in 2020, the highest in the last four decades, although lower than the Central Bank's 9.2% projection.

Costa Rica, IMF reach agreement in principle for $1.75 billion loan

Costa Rica has reached a preliminary agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a $1.75 billion loan.

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