The Ministerio de Hacienda has extended the deadline to submit the mandatory Shareholder Registration for Corporations.
Local News for Playa Potrero, Surfside and Flamingo
The Costa Rica government has announced the closure of non-essential business in the Central Region, while keeping the international airports, hotels and tourism operators to remain open.
The Costa Rican Immigration Department (DGME) has formally extended visas for tourists until June 1.
As of this week, the Base Station Crestones Shelter, in the Chirripó National Park –managed by MINAE-SINAC–, has a broadband internet link, as a result of the installation of two high-range wireless antennas near the point highest in the country.
One of the topics addressed Tuesday during the weekly Governing Council meeting, Gustavo Segura, Minister of Tourism, informed the Government Council on Tuesday that the board of directors of the Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) approved the signing of an agreement with the National Institute of Women (INAMU) to promote gender equality in the industry, tourism, the prevention of violence against women and the construction of safe tourist environments for women who travel alone.
Confusion and questions arise over the latest announcement regarding the extension of foreign visas made public by the Instituto Costarricense de Turismo (ICT) and the Department of Immigration (DGME) via facebook posts late Monday March 1st, 2021.