CHICAGO (FNS) -- A Costa Rica-based development firm has announced a program that would expand the port city of Province of Limon on Costa Rica's Caribbean coast. In so doing it would greatly increase the region's ability to process and ship fresh fruits and vegetables to the United States, according to project organizers. The development is designed to spur international trade. The project, operated by OSI Proyectos Costa Rica, S.A., comprises a 78-square kilometer site, approximately 50 ...

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