Costa Rica limits Huawei’s participation in 5G development

During his visit to Washington, Costa Rican President Rodrigo Chaves discussed cybersecurity and talked about how his country experienced a cyberattack in 2022, allegedly of Russian origin. He highlighted that Costa Rica received assistance from the United States and Spain to counter the effects of the attack.

Costa Rica and the People’s Republic of China cement trade relationship

The PRC-Costa Rica trade relationship increased by 44% this year compared to 2021, meaning that it reached 2.7 million dollars.

China-Cuba cooperation to promote tourism

Cuba’s ambassador to the People’s Republic of China, Carlos Miguel Pereira, and the executive director of Caesars Travel Group, Chen Xiaobing, signed an agreement of understanding to promote tourism between the two countries.

Costa Rica and the People’s Republic of China strengthen bilateral ties

Costa Rica and the (PRC) reaffirmed ties of friendship and cooperation on the occasion of the visit of Qiu Xiaoqi, Special Representative of the PRC Government for Latin American and Caribbean Affairs, to the country.

Costa Rica celebrates 15 years of diplomatic ties with the People’s Republic of China

On June 1, 2022, it will be 15 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Costa Rica.

Costa Rica and China negotiate settlement

As part of the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) program, Costa Rican and PRC customs authorities met online in April 2022 to continue negotiations for the signing of a Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) between the customs of both countries.

“China from a Costa Rican perspective” contest

The Embassy of China in Costa Rica officially opened a call for entries for its second Vlog contest, “China from a Costa Rican perspective”, as part of the 15th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

Xiaomi opens its largest store in Central America, in Costa Rica

Xiaomi opened its largest store in Central America, a 400-square-meter store in downtown San José, on November 5. Investment in the store, which stocks smartphones and other electronic devices such as watches, screens, headphones, scooters, robot vacuum cleaners, etc., amounted to more than US$1 million.