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Costa Rica disagrees with the region in terms of cargo transport

Earlier this week, Costa Rican authorities announced that empty cargo units will not be allowed into the country if driven by non-resident foreigners.

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Earlier this week, Costa Rican authorities announced that empty cargo units will not be allowed into the country if driven by non-resident foreigners.

The measure, announced by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and the Ministry of Finance, comes in response to measures taken by other countries in the area. At present, Costa Rican transporters cannot enter any Central American country with empty cargo units.

According to the authorities, this measure is intended to even out the current conditions for transporters in the region. The differences in cargo movement began in mid-May, after two Costa Rican decrees came into force limiting access to the country for cargo transporters.

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