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Lots of folk's even locals keep asking me what's up with the lake Diquis project in southern Costa Rica. Let me tell you I have no idea why they ask me as though I was supposed to know something others don't bad as I may want to!  I myself hear and find different and at times conflicting articles such as these from the same source the same week.

Costa Rica, known worldwide for its leadership in ecological preservation, sustainable development and eco-friendly tourism, has led the world once again hosting the 2011 Medical Travel International Business Summit May 2-4, 2011in San José and Guanacaste provinces.

The Summit began May 2-3 with a series of roundtable discussions and expert lectures at the Ramada Plaza Herradura Hotel Convention Center in the capitol city of San José. On May 4, conference attendees traveled to the Hilton Papagayo Hotel in the North Pacific province of Guanacaste, where they participated in medical tourism training workshops, and learn about medical tourism projects in this rapidly growing province.

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In case you haven't noticed I have tried to refrain from constantly bombarding Southern Costa Rica News with happenings from Santiago Springs and Monte Verde in an effort to not be biased about our development projects here, but this time I can honestly say that the best news and the most excitement in the whole San Isidro area is happening in right here in the middle of our beautiful community! Let me hasten to give God all the honor and the glory before I go any further!

With scissors in hand, Costa Rican presidenta, Laura Chinchilla, officiated the ribbon cutting ceremony inaugurating Intel's new Engineering Development Center (IDC).

The U.S. multinational has invested us$8 million dollars in the centre that will create 300 engineering and technician jobs, at its plane located in Belén, minutes from the San José airport.

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Costa Rica's Juan Santamaría International airport (SJO) in San José has been named the third best in Latin America & Caribbean by Airports Council International (ACI). The San José airport also takes the "best improvement award by region".

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