Uber costa rica
Didi arrived in Costa Rica in November 2019 as a competitor to Uber and traditional taxis.
Dozens of international digital platforms will be subject to a 13% value-added tax (VAT) in Costa Rica beginning October 1.
Nearly 200 products included in Costa Rica's canasta básica, a grouping of essential goods, are more expensive as of July 1.
Dozens of international digital platforms will be subject to a 13% value-added tax (VAT) in Costa Rica beginning August 1.
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.
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 argued that proposed annual and per-vehicle fees would impact those who partner with the ride-hailing service as a part-time job.