Day: September 15, 2020

Agro Sector of Cartago invests 4,500 million colones.

More than 2,300 people dedicated to agricultural production from different communities of Cartago will benefit from a series of projects promoted by the Agricultural Sector to improve competitiveness, whose investment exceeds ₡ 4,500 million, reported the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Renato Alvarado. The hierarch explained that the projects include, among others, infrastructure for irrigation, …

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Carlos Alvarado negotiates with the IMF a financial agreement that could assess wages above 800,000 colones

“If we do not act, the risk is in devaluation, in high interest rates, in more unemployment and in poverty, which would affect everyone and with particular severity the poorest,” said Alvarado. President Alvarado stated that this week he will be presenting the negotiation proposal that he will present to the IMF to the faction …

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Costa Rica, Chile and Peru are the countries that have lost the most jobs.

Costa Rica, Peru and Chile are the countries in the world that lost the highest percentage of employment between March and July of this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study by the Santiago de Chile Chamber of Commerce (CCS ) released this Monday. Latin America appears as the hardest …

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Government is betting more selective taxes as a way out of the crisis despite the OECD criticizing excessive public spending.

“The wealthiest will be the ones who most support the way out of this crisis. Solidarity and union are the key ” “The reality today is very harsh, difficult and painful for thousands of families due to the pandemic and the unemployment it has generated. But, in honor of the challenges that our ancestors faced …

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New roads connect Turrialba tourist attractions.

Thanks to the commitment and work of two development associations and the technical and financial contribution of the National Directorate for Community Development (Dinadeco) and the local Municipality, the residents of the Santa Cruz district have two asphalt roads that improve the access to the Turrialba Volcano and the Guayabo Archaeological Monument. The works consist …

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