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This is about The CAFTA Report

The CAFTA Report is an effort by the management of Consultantes Río Colorado S.A. to provide a one-stop location where the latest and most important news about trade with Costa Rica can be found.
 
Consultantes is the owner of A.M. Costa Rica, the daily online newspaper in English published in San José, Costa Rica.  The newspaper has not taken an editorial position on the Free Trade Treaty among the United States, Central America and the Dominican Republic. Editors said they preferred to see how the treaty affects all the countries involved. However, the newspaper does endorse fair and truthful reporting and good business practices.

The company's management sees this as a place where business people in the free trade countries can find partners and outlets for their goods and services via advertising.

Continually we will post information and articles about trade in Central America. A key feature is the news feed that allows us to handle multiple articles that can be found on Page One. Periodically we will post our statistics.

The editor of The CAFTA Report can be reached via E-mail HERE!

The phone number in Costa Rica is (506) 2223-1327

The mailing address is:

From outside Costa Rica:

                The CAFTA Report
                c/o Consultantes Río Colorado S.A.
                SB 11
                P.O. Box 025292
                Miami, FL 33102-5292



From within Costa Rica:

                The CAFTA Report
                c/o Consultantes Río Colorado S.A.
                Apartado 6318-1000    
                San José, Costa Rica                            
                (506) 231-7528    


For advertisers, the local bank accounts are:

Within Costa Rica deposit can be made to our corporation, Consultantes Río Colorado S.A. at Banco Nacional branches:

dollars: 100-02-000-617222-5
colons: 100-01-000-213071-4 (at the current rate of exchange)


Such deposits frequently can be made electronically if you have a Banco Nacional account.

If you have an account with another Costa Rican bank, you can make the deposit electronically via the Sistema Interbancario de Negociacón y Pagos Electrónicos (SINPE). Those extended account numbers are:

colons:  15100010012130712
dollars:  15100010026172223


You also will need the cédula juridica of our corporation, Consultantes Río Colorado S.A.: 

                3-101-290-170

Using SINPE costs a few dollars, depending on the bank, but it sure beats standing in line.



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