Costa Rica: More Services for Exporters to US

Procomer's Miami office will provide support to exporters regarding in situ inspection of fresh produce containers.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

From September, the services provided by Costa Rica's export promotion agency, Procomer, will also include advice in situations when importers fail to pay.

"These two tasks are currently being carried out the Costa Rican National Production Council (CNP) whose Miami operations have been uncertain since the end of June," reports La Nacion on its web portal.

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