Claro Reserving Space in Costa Rica

The telecommunications company prepares stores at four local shopping centers.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Richard Taylor, Director of Claro in Costa Rica, told they have reserved space at Terramall (Cartago), Plaza del Sol (Curridabat), Multiplaza Escazú (San Jose) and Paseo de las Flores (Heredia).

They are still searching for space in Multiplaza del Este and have identified a spot in San Rafael de Escazú.

“Part of the business strategy is to also work with authorized agents which must meet requirements like having experience in retail," reported

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