A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Thursday, January 30, 2020


Moratorium approved on fines for late shareholder info - Wednesday  deputies of the Legislative Assembly approved in a second and final vote a moratorium on fines for the late declaration of shareholders in corporations. ➡️ Continue reading

Specialists recommend caution in communities near Rincón de la Vieja Volcano - Wednesday the National Emergency Commission called on people living in communities near the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano in Guanacaste to increase precautionary measures in case of material blasted from the mountain.➡️ Continue reading

Deputies analyze possible tax on vapers and electric cigarettes - Daniel Salas-Peraza, minister of Health told lawmakers that purchases and use of electronic cigarettes and vapers should be regulated, because their use "is harmful to people's health." ➡️ Continue reading

Law prohibiting violence against pregnant women approved  - Deputies of the Legislative Assembly approved Tuesday bill No. 21.062 that seeks to protect pregnant women before, during and after childbirth and thus eradicate obstetric violence. ➡️ Continue reading

New tax law may affect tax-exempt organizations - The U.S. Internal Revenue Service announced on Wednesday that recent tax law changes might affect tax-exempt organizations. ➡️ Continue reading

The appeal of traffic fines can be made by email - Motorists usually carry out the process of appealing traffic fine at the offices of the Road Safety Council. However, now that process can be done by email.➡️ Continue reading


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