The Ministry of Tourism is lending weight to fresh legislation, which it hopes will radically alter the speed and method by which concessions for marinas will be issued.

Rodrigo Castro, the Minister of Tourism, met with politicians from the Legislative Assembly's Tourism Commission last Thursday to help drive through the new law.

The meeting, which included members of the Instituto Costarricense de Turismo (ICT), the Municipality of Santa Cruz and the Comisión Interinstitutional de Marinas y Atracaderos Turísticos, or CIMAT, agreed a draft for the new law, which will now go before a plenary session of the Legislative Assembly.


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