San Jose, May 13 (Prensa Latina) Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla will make an official visit to the United States from May 14 to 21 to seek foreign investment, according to an official communique.
Monday, she will meet with business people to explain the benefits Costa Rica offers to foreign investors, according to the presidential agenda.
The main goal is to promote U.S. investment mainly in fields related to services, biosciences, cutting-edge manufacturing, clean technologies and biotechnologies.
Also on Monday, Chinchilla will hold a press conference. On Tuesday, she will travel to Washington to visit companies and will be received at the Chamber of Commerce.
On Wednesday, she will meet with authorities of financial agencies and sign agreements.
Chinchilla will lead a delegation made up of her cabinet ministers for foreign trade, Anabel Gonzalez; science and technology, Alejandro Cruz; health, Maria Luisa Avila; and officials from the Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives.