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Nuclear disarmament is just ‘common sense,’ says Costa Rican President Solís

He added that a regional approach may yield results, calling for "more multilateralism, not less."

How Costa Rica’s cement market became a hotbed of intrigue

Alvaro Murillo takes an in-depth look at the often confusing, frequently surprising, and still ongoing case of the so-called #cementazo, and what it means for Costa Rica.

Video of President Solís swallowing a wasp continues to circle the globe

The curious event prompted laughter and praise around the globe - and even a comparison between Luis Guillermo Solís and Chuck Norris.

Public Works and Transport Minister Carlos Villalta resigns his post amid domestic violence complaint

President Luis Guillermo Solís also reported that MOPT Vice Minister Guiselle Alfaro had also handed him her resignation earlier on Monday, arguing personal reasons.

Dollar exchange rate down following Central Bank’s intervention announcement

The selling price of the dollar at the country’s banks on Thursday fell ₡4 from ₡598.49 to ₡594.47. The average purchase price closed at ₡581.71.

Dollar exchange rate reaches highest price in seven years

President Luis Guillermo Solís on Thursday ruled out meeting with Central Bank officials to intervene in their dollar exchange rate policies.

Government announces increased security measures to curb recent crime wave

President Luis Guillermo Solís said he is outraged by a shooting at the entrance of a school that left two people dead and a six-year-old wounded.

President Solís meets with King Felipe VI in Spain

On Tuesday, Solís will meet with business sector leaders in search for more investment from Spain.

State of the Nation: President Solís highlights economic growth, urges fiscal reforms

Private-sector chambers and opposition party leaders argued that the president was taking credit for achievements of previous administrations.

RECOPE opposes referendum that could break its fuel market monopoly

RECOPE officials say opening the fuel market could have a negative impact on fuel supply in the country.

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