Indian Software Company Sets Up in Costa Rica

The information technology company UST Global has started operating in the Green Valley Business Park.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

In the second quarter of the year the company will begin construction of a building measuring at least 5,000 square feet that will house 250 employees initially, with hopes of doubling this figure in the next 2 years.

As announced in January, "Gaurav Agarwal, Deputy Chief Financial Officer of the firm and John Gustafson, President of the Latin American Division, said that provisional operations by UST Global in the country started during the first quarter of 2014."

"In the second quarter, the company will begin construction of a building measuring at least 5,000 square meters in more than 2 acres in Green Valley."



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