Costa Rica: New Strategy to Attract Investment
Commerce Vice-minister, Fernando Ocampo, has indicated that the country will seek to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) from South Korea and Brazil.
Friday, September 3, 2010
The Vice-minister added that the strategy for the next four years is based primarily on diversifying the origin of capital brought to the country.
In the second round of FTA negotiations between the two countries, the tax offer for agricultural products did not satisfy the Central American country's representatives.
In the second round of FTA negotiations with Colombia, Costa Rica increased from 62% to 87% their offers of openings in industry.
The delegation consists of representatives from 40 companies in the infrastructure, aerospace, high technology and clean energy sectors among others.
Costa Rica hopes use the FTA with China to capture production investment from Chinese companies which will export their products throughout Central America
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