FTA to bring more opportunities for Singapore, Costa Rica

July 26, 2013

The Singapore-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement (SCRFTA) took effect on July 1.Under the agreement, companies from both nations will gain greater access to each other's markets. Caption SINGAPORE: The Singapore-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement (SCRFTA) took effect on July 1. To mark the significance of the agreement for both countries, a conference was held in San Jose on July 18 to discuss Singapore's competitiveness, innovation and economic growth strategy. The conference also outlined what companies in both countries can expect with the SCRFTA in force. Under the agreement, companies from both nations will gain greater access to each other's markets. The agreement will also strengthen trade links between Singapore and Costa Rica.
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Honduras downs Costa Rica 1-0, seals CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinal berth

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The European Commission continues to work with the Council and the Central American countries with the clear objective that the agreement will be applied with a maximum number of countries on 1 August, said European Union (EU) trade spokesperson, John Clancy in the statement. Costa Rica will take all necessary measures The Costa Rican Ministry of Foreign Trade has also devoted itself to take all necessary measures to meet the EUs requirements. I regret that the prevention of specific interests has delayed the coming into force of the CAAA to Costa Rica, said Costa Rican Minister of Foreign Trade, Anabel Gonzalez. This is a very important agreement for us and for the European Union and we were waiting for its next validity on 1 August. The position of Italy shall prevent the entry into force as planned. We will take all necessary measures to ensure that, when the Council holds its next meeting in September, we can achieve the earliest entry into force of the agreement, she added.
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advanced with a 5-1 win over El Salvador in the opener of a doubleheader before Chiriqui a sellout crowd 70,540 at the home of the Baltimore Ravens. Following Najar's goal, Costa Rica had two decent chances to pull even. Escober blocked a solid shot by Alvaro Saborio in the 61st minute, and a short time later Michael Barrantes was stymied by Escober on a straight-on shot from around 20 yards. The tight affair was not surprising. Defensive-oriented Costa Rica scored one goal or fewer in five of its previous six Gold Cup games, and permitted no more than one goal in eight of the previous nine.
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Honduras beats Costa Rica to advance to Gold Cup semis

Escober was outstanding when he was called upon during a 67-second span midway through the second half. First, he denied Saborio from point-blank range in the 62nd minute and then thwarted Michael Barrantes' see page shot from the left side. The Ticos threw caution to the wind over the final 15 minutes, forcing the issue. Honduras defense, though, was able to stifle any penetration, preserving the shutout and victory. Esocber caught Yendrick Ruiz's line-drive shot four minutes into second-half stoppage time. Mauricio Castillo tried a last-ditch shot, but his David attempt sailed wide left.
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