A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Tuesday, February 4, 2020


The country keeps open borders open to travelers from China
The Ministry of Health announced that all ports of entry into the country will continue to receive foreigners from any nation, including China.
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President appoints new minister and vice-minister of Foreign Affairs
President Carlos Alvarado announced Friday the new minister Foreign Affairs will be Rodolfo Solano-Quirós and the new vice minister will be Adriana Bolaños-Argueta.
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U.S. government agency invests $1.5 million in a Costa Rican loan firm

An independent U.S. government agency is investing $1.5 million with a Costa Rican lender to benefit small companies.
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$1.8-plus million budget for new marina feasibility study
The government announced the process of analyzing the companies participating in the contest to choose the firm that will receive $1,808,554 for making a feasibility study in the construction of a marina in the port of Limón.
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Costa Rican flowers exporters seek clients in Germany
Costa Rica's Export Promotion Agency, PROCOMER, displaced last week the ornamental tropical plants of the country at the IPM Essen fair in the city of the same name in Germany.
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Season of group tourist hiking begins on Sunday

If you love Costa Rican nature and exercise, this information might interest you.
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