Textile company to close factory in Costa Rica in December

The Rincon Grande textile company announced yesterday that it will close its operations plant in the district of Grecia before the end of the year.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Rodolfo Molina, owner of the company and president of the Textile Chamber of Costa Rica (Cateco), said that the decision was taken due to the delays in approving and starting the FTA with the US, the Isthmus and the Dominican Republic.

With the close of the factory, which has its main offices in Pavas, San Jose, close to 300 people will lose their jobs.

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