Atlanta is one stop on President Luis Guillermo Solis's four-city, 13-day U.S. tour aimed at wooing investment to Costa Rica. 

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UGA Explores New Initiatives With Costa Rican President

by Phil Bolton | May 22, 2015 Following her visit with Costa Rica’s president, Luis Guillermo Solís, in Atlanta this week on May 19, Kavita Pandit, the University of Georgia’s provost of international education, told Global Atlanta how pleased she was to learn of his awareness of the activities of the UGA campus at the foot of the Monteverde Cloud Forest in the Central American country. More
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Foundation Tackles Technical Skills Gap From Germany to Georgia

Alexander Arnold had never experienced Sunday night gridlock on the highways or heard someone say “Excuse me” just to walk by him at the mall. That was before he came to Atlanta.   More
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Euro/Drachma Plan a Possible Solution for Greece's Problems

by Phil Bolton | May 14, 2015 Greece may be forced to accept a “grey solution” of multiple currencies to solve its financial problems, a Princeton University authority on the euro said in Atlanta May 13. More
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Emory Program Exposes Russian Law Profs to U.S. Trial Techniques

by Phil Bolton | May 4, 2015 Emory's School of Law is hosting a delegation of Russian law professors this week as part of an experiential learning exchange program introducing them to various trial techniques. More
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Atlanta International School Drafts Falcons' VP to Head Development

by Phil Bolton | May 4, 2015 The Atlanta Falcons' vice president of community relations, Kendyl Baugh Moss, has been appointed head of development at the Atlanta International School where she will oversee fundraising and alumni relations. More