The Legislative Assembly has suspended sessions until February 2 after a lawmaker tested positive for Covid-19.
The Economic Affairs Committee of the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday introduced a new bill that seeks to regulate ride-sharing platforms such as Uber.
Taxi drivers' discontent about Uber in Costa Rica has persisted since the platform was first introduced here in August 2015.
The U.S. Embassy recommends that tourists and residents "exercise caution in these areas." Protests are expected to be non-violent.
Alajuela — As Uber drivers in the United States and around the world went on strike Wednesday to object against the platform's wages and working...
Uber would be subject to a value-added tax of 13 percent.
ARESEP stated that not even its Telecommunications Superintendency has the legal competence to halt the operation of a mobile app in Costa Rica.
Justices highlighted that their ruling does not evaluate the constitutionality of Uber's operation in the country, but taxi drivers marched along the capital's streets in celebration.
Taxi drivers are demanding a Supreme Court ruling on Uber operations here. They believe the ride-hailing service will damage their earnings in December, their busiest season.
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