CINDE continues encounters with presidential candidates to dialogue about Costa Rica’s main topics
• Encounters with candidates look forward to dialogue in competitiveness and Costa Rica’s challenges.
• CINDE is an apolitical and nonprofit organization, declared of national interest and has worked with 9 Government administrations throughout 35 years.
San José. December 8th, 2017. The Board of Directors of the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE, for its Spanish acronym) continues the dialogue with presidential candidates to talk about improvement initiatives and challenges to generate more jobs in the country.
This morning, the Board of Directors received the presidential candidate, Juan Diego Castro, from the Partido Integración Nacional (PIN, for its acronym in Spanish). The meeting addressed themes such as the competitiveness of Costa Rica, Foreign Direct Investment and job generation.
This meeting was part of a series of encounters with presidential candidates. Before, CINDE gathered with Antonio Álvarez Desanti, from the Partido Liberación Nacional and Carlos Alvarado, from the Partido Acción Ciudadana.
In the past weeks, the President of the Board of Directors from CINDE, Luis Gamboa, and the Managing Director of the organization, Jorge Sequeira, reunited with the presidential candidate from the Partido Acción Ciudadana, Carlos Alvarado, as well as the candidate from the Partido Nueva Generación, Sergio Mena, with whom they had a wide dialogue about themes of interest.
CINDE looks forward January to gather with other presidential candidates of Costa Rica.