Costa Rica has the right business climate. Stability, location, infrastructure and incentives have attracted scores of international companies. Today, these companies export high quality goods to markets worldwide. Most of them are well-known names, and they all carry the label "Made in Costa Rica".
Incentives you can count on:
A highly positive government attitude towards foreign investment, shared by all significant political parties and leaders, has led to specific legislation to promote this kind of investment along with new exports.
Infrastructure geared for production:
A well-developed infrastructure, geared for production and planned for growth, includes a large supply of electricity, excellent up-to-date telecommunication services, free zones and industrial parks near the major airports and ports, plus easy and quick air and sea transportation to the United States, Europe and Asia
The degree of reliability and sophistication of the local telecommunications system can be proven by the fact that the first remote customer service center to be set up outside of the United States, by a major computer manufacturer, is located in Costa Rica: Acer America's technical support center provides service, via telephone, to clients in the U.S. since August 1995. Internet presence and use is widespread.