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Costa Rica, IMF in talks to reduce fiscal debt

The country is hoping for a loan of $1.75 billion.

Costa Rica seeks IMF agreement with the challenge of consolidating finances

The original IMF proposal unleashed a wave of protests, with road blocks throughout the country, which forced the government of Carlos Alvarado to withdraw the initiative.

Costa Rica to begin IMF negotiations on January 11

Costa Rica will begin negotiations for a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on January 11, the Finance Ministry announced. 

Costa Rica’s dire financial situation

Two years after passing a controversial fiscal-reform project, Costa Rica remains on tenuous financial grounds. 

President of Legislative Assembly tests positive for COVID-19

Cruickshank, the first Afro-Costa Rican to preside over the Legislative Assembly, is the most prominent Costa Rican politician to test positive for the coronavirus. 

Costa Rica will begin negotiations with IMF in January

Costa Rica will begin negotiations for a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) during the second week of January, Finance Minister Elian Villegas announced. 

Costa Rica presents bills resulting from economic dialogue

The Costa Rican Presidency on Tuesday introduced two new bills and supported six others meant to help the country cut costs in context of a growing financial crisis. 

Costa Rica news highlights to start your Tuesday

Costa Rica coronavirus news, IDB loans, IMF loans, and Costa Rica weather.

Costa Rica still plans to negotiate with the IMF, Alvarado says

President Carlos Alvarado still intends for Costa Rica to negotiate with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to address the country's looming financial crisis. 

Here’s what Costa Rica’s biometric identification bill says

Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly is considering a bill that would create a national biometric database of the country's residents.

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