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Intel further expands Costa Rica operations

Intel Corporation will increase its planned Costa Rica investment to $600 million and hire 600 people in the process, the company announced.

Bayer to expand Costa Rica-based operations

Bayer is expanding its presence in Costa Rica through the purchase of a property near the Coyol Industrial Park in Alajuela

Panasonic to expand Costa Rica-based operations

Panasonic will invest $10 million to expand its operations in Costa Rica

Intel restarting assembly operations in Costa Rica, investing $350 million

Intel Corporation will invest $350 million over the next three years to restart assembly operations in Costa Rica. 

Intel Costa Rica names Ileana Rojas as new site GM

Intel Costa Rica has 100% Costa Rican leadership for the first time.

Álvaro Ugalde, father of Costa Rica’s national park system, dies at 68

Álvaro Ugalde, who along with Mario Boza is considered a father of Costa Rica's world-famous national park system, died Saturday of a heart attack in his home in Heredia, east of San José, a day short of his 69th birthday.

PHOTO ESSAY: Barrio Amón Shoe Repair Shop

On the corner of 7th Avenue and 3A Street in downtown San José, sits one of the oldest and few remaining shoe repair shops in the city.

6 top Costa Rica sports stories of 2014

Football is by far Costa Rica’s favorite sport, so it's not surprising that 2014 will be remembered as a year of impressive performances by both "Las Ticas" and "Los Ticos."

Revenge eludes Uruguay as Costa Rica’s ‘Sele’ wins again

Costa Rica’s national football team, known as "La Sele," won its last match of the year with a nail-biting victory over Uruguay in a penalty shootout Thursday night in Montevideo following an action-packed 3-3 draw.

Costa Rican Jews brave hazards, homesickness and Hamas to pursue new lives in Israel

TEL AVIV, Israel – From the frenetic, traffic-choked streets of Tel Aviv to the lonely northern mountain town of Qiryat Shemona – only a few miles from the Lebanese and Syrian borders – some 300 Costa Ricans have built a home away from home in Israel, lured here by family ties, high-tech jobs and a lifelong dream of living in the Jewish state.

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