CRECEX has announced the start of the program "Export CRECEX" directed at the export sector.
"The plan to attract exporters to CRECEX is taking shape while Cadexco is still in a process of internal fragmentation, known about publicly since 27 January. The administrative situation has separate the then executive vice president from the exporters, Sergio Navas", writes Marvin Barquero in Nacion.com
Internal problems which occurred in Cadexo prompted the resignation of several directors and the disaffiliation of exporting companies.
The Chamber of Exporters demanded the next administration greater commitment with the exporting sector.
"An example: the Free Zone Law. We know it will provide greater security for companies and attract more investment. However, it is useless to have a law which favors the most vulnerable or unprotected areas, if we don't have the required infrastructure, staff and telecommunications", stated Mónica Araya, president of the Chamber of Exporters.
Although many still doubt that the mega project will actually be built, it's time to think and take action both to mitigate the adverse effects it may have on the Costa Rican economy and to take advantage of any business opportunities that may present.
The productive sectors in Costa Rica are starting to measure the positive and negative consequences of both the construction and future operation of the Grand Canal of Nicaragua.
The Ministry of Foreign Trade in Costa Rica has created a new unit to "support local companies engaged in exports or who have the potential to do so."
The question that immediately arises is how this "support" to companies with export potential will be given since it is already well established that official "consultants" who populate the offices of the new unit, do not know how "to be entrepreneurs," but merely how to receive their salaries on time every month, regardless of the fate of companies that they "support":
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