Costa Rica to build big dam in tourist-boom province
The government of Costa Rica announced the construction of a dam that it claims will solve the problems of water supply in the Pacific Coast province of Guanacaste, where tourism is booming.
Monday, May 12, 2008
The US$20 million, 800-hectare dam will collect water from a nearby hydroelectric scheme.
Authorities in Nicaragua are facing the dilemma of generating thousands of jobs through the development of the construction and real estate industry in the capital or putting a priority on future water supplies for the city’s 1.2 million people.
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