Costa Rica News – Three areas of Costa Rica have been identified as attractive for foreign investment. These are special zones in the North and Central Pacific and the Atlantic.
Additionally, the southern zone near Quepos and the northern zone near San Carlos share some characteristics that signal their potential to be targeted for development in the upcoming years.
Since 2003, Cinde, the Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives, has been working harder on areas outside the Greater Metropolitan Area.
They received $60,000 from the Interamerican Bank of Development for a feasibility study that is currently being conducted.
Areas that Cinde wants to focus on include rural areas and areas near airports, important ecosystems, universities and areas with rich agriculture.
These can easily be directly invested in by foreigners.