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Will Costa Rican Government Entities Ever Have Transparency?

Will Costa Rican Government Entities Ever Have Transparency?

Costa Rica News – How many people actually think that Recope or ICE would ever open their books for the public to see where the cash is going? About the same chance that the US government would show you where they spend their money. Tweet


ICE to Start Building Roads in Costa Rica?

Costa Rica News – Just in case ICE did not have a big enough monopoly they might be expanding. President Luis Guillermo Solis has had an idea, that the Costa Rican Electricity Institute should branch out from just electricity to other types of work, which would lead to more jobs. Tweet

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ICE Cancels Costa Rica Solar Power Pilot Program Due to Government Bureaucracy

Costa Rica News – Costa Rica’s government or perhaps almost every government seems to never have the best interests of its country and its population.   Tweet

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ICE Claims Only Green Power for Costa Rica So Far in 2015

Costa Rica News (EFE) – If this is true it is pretty amazing that ICE has accomplished this for the first 3 months of 2015. Let’s just hope that it carries over into a price decrease for electricity for consumers. Tweet

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Erupting Volcanoes & Taxes; Just Another Week in Costa Rica (Audio)

Costa Rica News – (March 17th Radio Show) – Overseas Radio Has Teamed up With The Costa Rican Times to provide multiple modes of information sharing for local and foreign expats in order to get Costa Rica news and knowledge to listeners. Tweet

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Costa Rica Electricity Monopoly (ICE) Wasting More Money

Costa Rica News – The Costa Rican Electricity Institute’s operating costs affect us all, being that the rates we pay have to cover the company’s expenses. Tweet

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