World Bank puts up $72 million for Puerto Limon
Jan 15, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: American Shipper
“This loan will help the city of Limon to diversify its economy and to develop both tourism and trade in a sustainable manner, while creating a more livable environment for the city's poorest inhabitants”
The Washington, D.C.-based World Bank has approved a $72.5 million loan to Costa Rica to help modernize the port at Puerto Limon and help revitalize the City of Limon. via American Shipper
will the money reach the people or will the politicians line their pockets ?
fix the roads like the roads on the west coast !!
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