The country is looking for suppliers of agricultural and food products to participate in the Foodex trade fair on March 3rd - 6th, 2015.
Representatives from Jethro, an autonomous agency of the Government of Japan are promoting in the region the Foodex 2015 international food fair, where business meetings will be conducted between food providers in different areas of the world and Japanese buyers.
The state run power company has begun development of a management plan and the drilling of wells in the Pailas II project, the first of three plants to be developed in the northern part of the country.
With funding from the Japanese government and approved by the Legislative Assembly the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) will start to build three geothermal projects; Pailas II, Borinquen I and II in the province of Guanacaste.
The MEM will put out to tender geothermal energy supply, with an investment of around $500 million per 100 MW.
"It will be the first time that an invitation has been made for this kind of technology," said the chief of the Ministry of Energy and Mines (MEM), Erick Archila. He said the country has the capacity to generate 850 MW but "has not exploited it properly, only 2% is being used."
Both works will be components of a single tender that will be convened by the next government.
The cost of the work will not be released until next April, but it is estimated that the fourth bridge over the Panama Canal alone could cost about $800 million, a project which will be funded by Japan.
The government of Japan said that it is interested in providing financing for the mega project of a Panamanian subway train.
The special envoy of the emperor of Japan, Masatoshi Wakabayashi, expressed the interest of his government to finance the metro during a meeting with President Ricardo Martinelli. According to Prensa.com, Wakabayashi commented: “Japan has had a lot of experience with urban transportation projects. Not only is there the metro, but also other forms of urban transportation and it is important for us that the Panamanian government defines which way they want to go.”
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