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A bill submitted to the Costa Rican Legislative Assembly proposes to give legal certainty to cryptocurrency transactions and establish a regulation on the exercise of the activities that are developed from the asset that is guarded and transferred virtually. According...
Costa Rica's National Wage Council (CNS) agreed that the minimum wages of private sector workers must increase by at least 6.62% in 2023. However, domestic service will receive an additional 2.33% to that amount, informed the Ministry of Labor and...
Costa Rica's Directorate General of Taxation will include, from November 1, the services of Airbnb, HomeAway, and Vrbo in the list of cross-border digital services to which the 13% value-added tax (VAT) rate must be applied. The decision is part...
In 2021, Costa Rica issued a law to attract international remote workers and service providers, better known as "digital nomads", whose regulations were published in July 2022. The initiative arose to encourage long-stay visits to Costa Rica and increase the...
According to the Judicial Investigation Agency (OIJ) of the Supreme Court of Costa Rica, authorities are increasingly uncovering the activities of drug trafficking groups in the region. "This can be attributed to several circumstances: The Pacific is an easier zone...
Representatives of the governments of Ecuador and Costa Rica have begun rounds of negotiations for the signing of a free trade agreement between the two countries. The first session, held virtually, focused on advancing agreements on regulatory issues. The talks...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay and Costa Rica are the Latin American countries with the greatest capacity to identify and punish corruption, according to a report published last week that paints a "heterogeneous picture" in the fight against...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Wednesday, the presidents of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves-Robles; Colombia, Iván Duque; and Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, stressed that their countries' commitment to the ecological transition and environmental protection is an irreversible process full of...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Economist Rodrigo Chaves became Costa Rica's 49th president for the period 2022-2026 on Sunday, May 8, with the primary task of saving the economy of one of the countries with the most stable democracies...



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