Posts Tagged ‘trade’
Why would a person want to use a tax law consultant in Costa Rica? The answer to that question is simple; for the same reason we all have for consulting tax law specialists; to avoid problems resulting when we provide incorrect information to our government.
No one in the US enjoys dealing with the IRS. In Costa Rica the same principle applies; meeting with a tax law consultant in Costa Rica is a practical way to be in compliance with tax law and stay out of
Gulf Coast Latin Chamber plans Costa Rica trade trip
The Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce and Bradenton-based Translation Link LLC are planning a
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Parchment grad leaves Alaska for Peace Corps, Costa Rica
It was an interesting Christmas for 31-year old Kevin Klott. The 1998 Parchment High School graduate and former journalism student at Western Michigan University had spent the last several Christmases in Alaska, where the surroundings fit well with the Christmas ideal. This year, however, he found himself about 4,800 miles away in the Central American country of Costa Rica on a two year mission …
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Image by The Field Museum Library
"Foreign Buildings," consisting of images of the Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, & Haiti buildings. From Columbian Gallery: A Portfolio of Photographs of the World’s Fair by The Werner Company. 4 photographs from a series. 1893.
Digitial Identifier: GN90799d_CG_061w
Costa Rica trade mission planned
MANATEE — The Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a trade mission to Costa Rica in March with the hopes of initiating international connections between local businesses and their counterparts in the Central American country.
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Costa Rica: Launch of the 3rd FIFA/CIES Programme
Partner of CIES since 2008, the Universidad de Costa Rica has officially launched the 3rd edition of the FIFA/CIES Programme of sport management. The courses will start in February 2011.
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