Costa Rica's Caribbean ports authority is now free to go it alone on investment cash
Costa Rica's Caribbean ports are going to be able to finance public works without support from the government.
The maximum debt allowed for the port authority, Japdeva, was set at only $2,000. Now the limit has been abolished.
This year, Japdeva will invest $45 million in port equipment in order to improve efficiency.
Original source (in Spanish): La República