Latest News for Manufacture Investment in Costa Rica

This new business initiative in Costa Rica is based around a single purpose, advanced manufacture development, and the 3 major areas in which it will be focused will be: Automotive Products, electronics, and space/aeronautics alternatives.

Monday, April 28, 2008

The idea to create a new opportunity for the different manufacture investors is a natural step for the Costa Rica business sector; which witnessed last year how 6 new manufacture companies decided to open their factories in the country.

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Costa Rica: Industry Growing East of the Capital

September 2015

Lower electricity rates and skilled labor are the main factors attracting international companies to the east of the greater metropolitan area.

The cost of electricity is one of the differentiating factors in choosing to invest in the province of Cartago, since at this time, "...

Utility Services Not Accompanying Industrial Growth

June 2013

In Costa Rica the industrial zone of Coyol has become the new center of attraction for investments, even though it lacks adequate road and water infrastructure.

A good example of the growth in the area is by Grupo Condal, which plans to invest $14 million in this region with the construction of a logistics park measuring 15,000 square meters.

Costa Rica: Industries Predict Better Results in 2010

October 2010

57% of Costa Rican industrial companies believe that 2010 will be a year of overall better performance, compared with 2009.

This conclusion by the Chamber of Industries of Costa Rica (ICRC), through the Business Outlook Survey and Rating Factors for Competitiveness in the Costa Rican Industry, which helped assess the strengths and weaknesses facing the sector.

Costa Rica to buck US slowdown

April 2008

Foreign investment in Costa Rican real estate will decline this year, but capital flows to other sectors are likely to be maintained despite the slowdown in the US economy, according to a Costa Rican Central Bank report.

Investment is expected to fall in most Latin American countries, but Costa Rica's economic stability should reduce the impact of any reduction in capital flows, the bank says.

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