Costa Rica to have new grains dock in Puerto Caldera
Costa Rica will have a new loading dock for grains in Puerto Caldera, on the Pacific coast, in two years, official sources said.
The project will cost $34 million, and aims to boost Costa Rica's competitiveness in Central America, said president Laura Chinchilla.
The new loading dock will increase Caldera's productivity by 135 percent. Puerto Caldera is Costa Rica's second most important port, after Limón on the Caribbean coast.
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