Costa Rica's Liberman on Bond Sale, Investment

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June 15 (Bloomberg) -- Costa Rican Vice President Luis Liberman talks about the country's plan to return to the international debt markets for the first time since 2004 and Costa Rica's competition for foreign direct investment. President Laura Chinchilla's government expects congressional approval to sell as much as $4 billion in bonds abroad and plans an offering of at least $500 million in 2012. Liberman spoke with Bloomberg's Bill Faries in New York yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

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