Costa Rican Industrial companies propose plan for crisis

The Chamber of Industrial Companies presented a 6-point plan to the government which includes a draft resolution.

Friday, January 16, 2009 reports: "The Chamber recommended that the Government carry out priority purchase of goods and services from the industrial firms and from small and medium local companies.

The industry is one of the most affected by the recession in the US. Up to 1,200 persons, mainly from the textile sector have lost their jobs."

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