Costa Rica Announces Digital Export Processing

The new digital system will allow online registration for exporters and packers of products of vegetable origin.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

As of June 13, the State Phytosanitary Service (SFE) will make the Digital Registry of Exporters System (SIDEX by its Spanish initials) available to users.

The SIDEX may be used by exporters wishing to register as a trader, packer, or both. It also allows renewals, annotations, annuities control and registration payment.

The system provides a direct and immediate interaction with the SFE customer, which evaluates the information provided in the registry, resulting in reduced response times.



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December 2013

A new web platform has been presented to register architectural plans in digital format with the National Registry.

From a press release by the Association of Engineers and Architects (CFIA):

The Association of Engineers and Architects (CFIA by its initials in Spanish), the College of Engineering Surveyors (CIT in Spanish) and the National Registry office have presented a new electronic digital registry system for surveys and plans to be submitted to the National Registry. The procedure will be carried out through the platform known as ' Administrador de Proyectos de Topografía (APT)' (Project Management for Surveys), belonging to the CFIA, and which enables users across the country to register online, without having to go to the office of the National Registry in Zapote.

Costa Rica: Construction Plans to be Processed Online Only

March 2013

From the March 17 processes for construction plans must be performed exclusively through the Construction Project Manager digital platform .

From a press release from the Association of Engineers and Architects of Costa Rica (CFIA):

From next Sunday March 17, the processing of construction plans will be done only through the Internet, as established in the regulations for Review of Construction Plans.

Accelerated Business Licences for Companies

November 2012

A restaurant in the capital of Costa Rica obtained its business license in 10 days, using the “Crear Empresa”, (Create an Enterprise) website which has recently been launched.

A statement from the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Commerce (MEIC) reads:

First patent delivered online through ‘Crear Empresa’

No Real Progress in Reducing Paperwork

October 2011

The Costa Rican government has announced successes in de-bureaucratizing the country, but employers say that in reality plans to make it happened haven’t actually been put into action.

The business sector does acknowledge that some progress has been made, but is asking for better coordination between the different entities involved in issuing permits.

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