Costa Rica backs plan to develop Panama border region
President Oscar Arias of Costa Rica signed a law to use a US$9.2 million Inter-American Development Bank credit for the development of the Sixaola river basin, which Costa Rica shares with Panama.
Thursday, July 17, 2008
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The Andean Development Corporation announced a US$5.5 million loan for the construction of a bridge over the Sixaola river, which forms the border between Panama and Costa Rica.
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