Costa Rica: Development Bank to have fewer resources

The Development Bank system will have access to fewer resources, because the allocations of resources from the Fund for Productive Restructuring, determined by the management committee of the National Production Board (CNP) is reducing its contribution by more than half.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

In January of last year the Fund's budget provided about 22 million colons (about 42 million dollars), but yesterday Javier Flores, Minister of Agriculture, confirmed that it would provide just 10 billion colons this year.
Flores said the reason for the reduction is a series of previous financial commitments.

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