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Airport Exit Tax Will Not Increase in Costa Rica, For Now

Despite a Presidential Decree issued last week, the exit tax charged at Costa Rica airports for international travelers will remain at $29. The Decree seeks to increase the airport exit tax by $2, which will benefit the National Animal Welfare Service (Spanish acronym: SENASA), a government entity.   According to a news report by Fernando Muñoz of national radio station Monumental 93.5 FM, the Decree may or may not stand in the future. On Thursday, President Luis Guillermo Solis announced the decision by the Executive Branch to put the Decree on hold. The President explained that the increase needs to be…

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