Costa Rica's FT zones a success

Companies operating in Costa Rica's free trade zones generated exports of 773 million dollars during the first half of this year, a 28 percent increase over 2007.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

The Costa Rican Coalition of Development Initiatives, which promotes investment, issued the report using data from the Central Bank and corporate reports.
The 61 service enterprises situated in the free trade zones sell products ranging from softwar and technical support to financial services, graphic design and architectural and engineering services. Also included are several call centers.

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