In the first three months of the year $1.350 million worth of securities were traded, up from $1.057 million traded in the same period in 2013.
Increased purchases of securities in the first quarter of 2014 "were made by BG Valores ($230.09 million), Prival Securities ($228.88 million), Banco Nacional de Panama ($195.62 million), MMG Bank Corporation ($142 55 million) and Citivalores ($126.06 million) ... While those who presided over sales were Prival Securities, with $362.97 million; BG Valores, with $209.33 million; MMG Bank Corporation, with $200.52 million; and Citivalores, to $169.25 million ... "
The private sector is interested in investing in clean energy generation and marketing surpluses, but claims that the country lacks a legal framework to allow it.
Although funding is available to implement systems of self-generation of renewable energy in companies, and that it is obvious that these increase energy savings and competitiveness, the private sector stops short of the effort in the absence of specific rules and regulations to provide it with legal certainty for the sale of surplus energy and providing incentives for investment in such systems.
A General Practice law firm which specializes in Business and Commercial Law as well as Foreign Investment in Costa Rica. Our firm originally established in 1940, currently operates offices in San José and Guanacaste
Operates in Costa Rica
Phone: (506) 2258 2525
At LEXINCORP we specialize in providing legal advisory services to large and medium sized corporations operating in Central America.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua
Phone: (503) 2250 7800