Airbnb representatives said Costa Rica would be the first Latin American country to approve legislation to regulate sharing economy businesses.
While large numbers of Ticos still prefer their corner stores, preference for grocery and convenience stores more than doubled from 12 percent in 2015 to 27 percent this year.
The change will not involve major adjustments for bank customers, except for the IBAN codes printed on checkbooks, deposit forms and other documents.
Airport administrator Corporación Interamericana de Inversiones will invest $10.3 million to expand the terminal and increase its current capacity by about 20 percent.
Strong gusts and heavy showers from the hurricane caused leaves, flowers, and coffee cherries to fall from the plants.
Construction associated with the $495 million contract to expand Route 32 between San José and Limón is slated to begin during the second half of 2017.
Those who fail to submit informative returns before the extended deadline are exposed to fines ranging from 10 to 100 base salaries, equivalent to ₡4.2-₡42 million ($7,475-74,750).
ARESEP approved the new fuel prices on Monday and they went into effect on Tuesday when the agency published them in the official newspaper La Gaceta.
Eliminating print slips will save Caja the ₡200 million (some $356,000) the agency invests each year in printing nearly 14 million social security slips.
The first fuel price adjustment should have been approved by Oct. 28, while the one filed last week should have been ready within the next two weeks; however, there’s no telling how long the process will now take.