Costa Rica: Development Bank to start in December

Farmers, entrepreneurs and professionals will be able to present their proposals to compete for part of the $84 million that the Government made available to start the fund.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

In December the interested parties will be able to go to the National and Agricultural Credit banks, the minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Javier Flores, said.

The development bank system will facilitate request for credit, provide guarantee when there is no guarantor, and, at times, offer better interest rates; however these have not yet been established.

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The Development Bank System (SBD) will start to function in December, but a great part of it is still incomplete and will take at least six months to complete.

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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.

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