The idea of imposing new taxes to companies on Costa Rican "zonas francas" is being proposed by the Broad Front candidate, José María Villalta
The PSD candidate is a former high-ranking senior official for the World Bank and former finance minister of Costa Rica
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With more than 20 years of experience in politics, the leftist candidate of the Broad Front defines his program as "tico socialism"
The devout Evangelical Christian candidate won the first round of the 2018 election, but lost the second one to current President Carlos Alvarado
The PUSC frontrunner has experience in the executive branch of government and has been gaining traction in the polls since she was named presidential candidate
The PLN candidate considers foreign investment as key to Costa Rican growth, is for tax reform and supports initiatives to attract digital nomads
26 presidential candidates will most likely be reduced to two after the first round of the February 6 election. The second round will be held on April 3
On this occasion, we are going to address in a brief manner a topic that tends to be somewhat technical in the Civil Law field.
A property or real estate can be acquired in many different ways through Costa Rican law. Perhaps the ones that come
*UPDATE - we have been receiving many messages regarding the status of the Digital Nomad visa. At this time there still has been no movement from the Government to finalize the process and enable interested parties to apply. As soon as we receive any news