The National Electrification Institute plans to invest $27 million in strengthening generation and electricity transmission systems and improving coverage in five departments.
The goal of the National Electrification Institute (INDE) is to use its own resources of about $2.5 million to improve coverage in the departments of Alta Verapaz, Baja Verapaz, Huehuetenango, Izabal and San Marcos.Electricity distribution networks will be built to expand coverage in 26 communities.
Through trade missions, market mapping, seminars and conventions the union of exporters in Costa Rica intends to take better advantage of business opportunities offered by Colombia.
In 2015 Colombia spent $75 million on the purchase of goods and services in Costa Rica, establishing itself as the main market, above Brazil, Ecuador and Chile, from where Colombia imported $51.9 million, $44 million and $37 million respectively.
The National Assembly has approved a loan of $33 million with the South Korean bank Eximbank, to install solar panels in 15 municipalities, and another $10 million for electrification works in the Caribbean.
The $33 million loan with the Import and Export Bank of South Korea will be used to fund the installation of solar panels in 15 municipalities in the Autonomous Region of the North Caribbean, the Autonomous Region of the South Coast and in the department of Rio San Juan .
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