Between January and September 2016, the countries in the region imported in total a monthly average of $6 million worth of sporting goods and equipment.
Data from the Information Systemon the Market for Articles for Sports and Physical Culture in Central America,presented by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData: [Figure caption = "Click to interact with graphics"]
Between January and September 2016, Central American countries imported $211 million in toys and recreational items, 12% more than in the same period last year.
Data from the information system on the Central American market for toys and recreational items, presented by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData: [Figure caption = "Click to interact with graphics"]
In the last five years, 25% was growth registered in the number of people who attended the cinema, and new investments in more screen rooms are planned for 2017.
Projections for the end of the year are that over 6 million people will have visited the cinema, thanks to the opening of new rooms, explained Michael Joseph, CEO of United International Pictures (UIP), to Martesfinanciero.com.
The government of Costa Rica has announced that it is working on a tender to be launched in early 2017 for the construction of a 25 thousand square meter aquatic center and a 36,000 meter sports center in San Jose.
From a statement issued by the Government of Costa Rica:
A new official Ironman race will be held in Playa del Coco, Guanacaste, on June 18, 2017.
From a statement issued by the ICT:
SAN JOSE, CR / TAMPA Fla (June 16, 2016) -. IRONMAN today announced the addition of a new official race in Central America, Ironman 70.3® Costa Rica.The inaugural event will take place on Sunday June 18, 2017, in Playa del Coco, Guanacaste, located on the Pacific Coast.
It has been announced that that earthworks will begin in the province of Chiriqui in an area of 30 hectares where a metropolitan park will be developed.
The project is being run by the City of David and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Chiriqui, and will include "... recreational areas for children, youths and adults, areas for restaurants and social events, gardens, craft shops, parking lots, tourist areas, pet areas, a lake and a botanical garden. "
A proposal has been made to amend the legislation to improve incentives and increase the number of international producers who choose the country as a location for their films.
A the moment, Law 16 of April 27, 2012 is in effect, which was enacted in order to promote the production of local and international cinema in the country. Data from Anpanama.com indicates that in recent years more than 50 films have been produced, which have generated revenues of around $20 million. The proposal now is to improve incentives, offering "... a return of 15% of the budget to those productions that exceed US $3 million."
Four companies submitted proposals ranging between $15 million and $16 million to build the new ballpark in David, Chiriqui.
The participating companies are Estadio David, which submitted a bid of $16,659,585, Aprocosa, with $16,249,020, Ingepa-Ingeconser Panama, which offered for $15,145,077 and Rigaservices, with a proposed $16,520,690.
I have six building lots in the Punta Leona Resort ready for construction. I am looking for a partner to provide financing and or construction. Wanted partner for financing and/ or construction in the...
Maranco Belize offer fast reliable service, modern equipment, competitive rates, 70 year experience worldwide whether your needs are for farming, industrial, private house lots, community projects. We have drilled successful water wells producing fresh...
Live at the beach in the exclusive Punta Leona Resort, a dream with shaded white sand beach, pools, restaurants, wild life. New affordable, energy efficient home. The house - possibly the only energy efficient green...
The Central American Business Council is a London-based organisation which is working to increase significantly the current levels of trade and investment between the UK and Central America.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Central America and Dominican Republic
Phone: (0044) 207 583 8739