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Costa Rica Restores Lost Forest
Today, half of Costa Rica land is forest, thanks to the restoring of an area that equals a 10% of national territory. This is backed up by ...Read More
Costa Rica & Uruguay – The only “full” democracies in Latin America
Almost half the countries in the world can be classified as democratic but only 28 "full democracies", which are mostly developed nations ...Read More
Wal-Mart Expands in Costa Rica – 1,500 jobs
Through a press release, Wal-Mart Costa Rica explained that there is job for professionals, for technicians and 'operations' jobs. The ...Read More
Costa Rica Weather – San Jose, Costa Rica’s Coldest Day in 25 Years – 54.5 degrees
Yesterday the 22nd November was the coldest day in November in more than 25 years according to meteorologist Werner Stolz of the ...Read More
Costa Rica Airports – Improvements in 8 rural airports
Repair in runways and improvements for passengers. The government has appointed 1,200 million colones to repair 8 rural airports since ...Read More
President Arias Sees Chile as Rode Model for Costa Rica.
Surprised by Chile's fast development, that's how President Oscar Arias finished his official visit to this country. "There's a lot to ...Read More
Costa Rica Internet – Lagging behind on Advanced Internet.
A research done by the Advisory Commission of High Technology (Caatec), sponsored by Cisco and the National Council of Competitively, ...Read More
Land Mines in Nicaragua & Costa Rica – November 2006
When the US backed Contras were fighting against the Sandinistas in Nicaragua, an estimated 500,000 land mines were dropped in the Northern ...Read More
Costa Rica Land Mine Victims Living in Serious Poverty in Cuidad Quesada, San Carlos.
Nicaraguan rebel groups like the Sandinistas planted the land mines in the 80's between Peñas Blancas and Cuenca of Sarapiqui. These mines ...Read More
Costa Rica Tourism for the handicapped
Under the motto "Tourism for everyone," the Chamber of Tourism of Turrialba, in the province of Cartago, aims at adapting its tourist ...Read More