$62 million for infrastructure in Costa Rica
Costa Rican municipalities will have the funds available for infrastructure development that they are are not executing, the ministry of the Presidency reported.
Thursday, January 8, 2009
According to nacion.com "We have to get motivated to start the works that have been budgeted for, because the monies are available for this. What is lacking is faster coordination in being able to spend these resources," added Rodrigo Arias, minister of the Presidency.
A report by Aldesa analyzes the effects for Costa Rica of a potential international crisis.
The government will present a package of measures today which include economic assistance for those who have lost their jobs.
The president of the El Salvador Stock Exchange explained his vision about the financial crisis in the US and its root causes: lack of efficient supervision.
Real estate projects in Costa Rica face a tough time expanding due to lack of drinking water in several areas of the country.
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