Costa Rica: "More real estate projects could be suspended"

The effects of the international crisis could have a very negative impact on the construction sector, Rodrigo Altmann, president of the sector's Chamber, said.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Last month they started speaking of harder times in the construction sector. What are the Chamber's perspectives for the next few months?
Financing is critical for any project, an especially for our projects due to their size and the time the construction process takes. With the tightening of credit options everywhere, both internationally and locally, and publicly and privately at the national level, it is likely that the volume of construction will significantly decrease in the next few months.

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