Chinese mission considers the possibility of setting up an industrial park in Costa Rica

An official mission from China met today with Costa Rican officials to consider the possibility of establishing a technological and industrial park in Costa Rica.

Friday, April 25, 2008

The Chinese delegation is headed by Zheng Guoan, the Under Secretary General of China's Ministry of Science and Technology.
Zheng Guoan met with officials from Costa Rica's Ministry of Science and Technology (MICIT) to consider various methods of cooperation and conditions for establishing a technological park. The amount of potential investment was not specified.

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