Costa Rica: Public and Private Sector Join Efforts

Business leaders and public sector organizations unite to help develop the central region of Alajuela in Costa Rica.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

With the guidance of a plan generated at INCAE, a local business school, the Alajuela 2015 initiative was presented by Fundación Latinoamérica Posible, aiming to "increase the appeal for investment, tourism, logistics, the recovery of urban areas by improving infrastructure and the quality of life in the region.”

In attendance were politicians and business personalities from trade and industry of Alajuela.

Rodolfo Gonzalez of, outlines the creation of working comities to specifically address "security and peace, human resources and sustainability, welfare, productivity, infrastructure and investment."

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