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The Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)—to which the Republic of Costa Rica has adhered by law number 9118—establishes in article 6, titled "Automatic Information Exchange," that the parties will exchange any information that

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The virus has quickly turned the world upside-down, changed our social habits, work routines and specially the way we do business. Some of the most significant key learning areas we should be paying attention to are: Consuming habits: people have changed and redefined their needs and

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The Costa Rica government issued the list of establishments allowed to operate during the transition and controlled opening phases both in orange zones and yellow zones. Establishments allowed during the transition phase, only orange alert areas. The transition phase will be from August 31 to September 8,

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Registry of Transparency and Final Beneficiaries, better known in Spanish as “Registro de Transparencia y Beneficiarios Finales” (RTFS or RTBF). According to the government, the Transparency and Final Beneficiary Registration deadline has been extended. The process is a new corporate obligation that entered into effect on September

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On Wednesday, July 29, 2020, the Costa Rican government announced the following measures to control the spread of COVID-19 for the month of August, aiming to flatten the contagion curve of COVID-19 in the country. Cantons on yellow alert will continue with phase three of

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We have received many requests regarding information about importing and legally inscribing vehicles in Costa Rica. The following will help you understand the basics. 1. Importing vehicles:  The process of bringing a vehicle into Costa Rica is supervised by Customs, therefore, you need to be prepared for a slow and bureaucratic

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The Global Sustainable Tourism Council awarded Costa Rica worldwide recognition for its permanent efforts in the development and consolidation of sustainable tourism. Accreditation is for the standard of the Certificate of Sustainable Tourism (CST) of the Costa Rican Tourism Institute. The main advantage in obtaining this

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