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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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30 Aug 2013

Central American coffee farmers fear ruin from rust fungus

EL PARAISO, Honduras/PEREZ ZELEDON, Costa Rica Central American coffee industry officials say the region's arabica crop is weathering an outbreak of leaf-rust fungus, but try telling that to small-hold farmers like Graciela Alvarenga.

26 Aug 2013

Costa Rican president proposes bill to cap rates on credit

MEXICO CITY, Aug 26 Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla on Monday sent a bill to Congress that seeks to limit the interest rates banks and stores charge on credit both in colons and dollars, the Economy Ministry said.

23 Jul 2013

Costa Rica slashes tax rate on hybrid vehicles

SAN JOSE, July 22 Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla signed a bill on Monday to slash taxes on hybrid cars by 20 percentage points, in a bid to cut fuel emissions in the Central American nation.

05 Jul 2013

Woman heard "be not afraid" before cure sealing John Paul II's sainthood

SAN JOSE Suffering a potentially fatal swelling in the brain, Costa Rican grandmother Floribeth Mora says a voice spoke to her through a photograph of the late Pope John Paul II, miraculously curing her and sealing the late pontiff's sainthood.

05 Jul 2013

Woman heard "be not afraid" before cure sealing John Paul II's sainthood

SAN JOSE Suffering a potentially fatal swelling in the brain, Costa Rican grandmother Floribeth Mora says a voice spoke to her through a photograph of the late Pope John Paul II, miraculously curing her and sealing the late pontiff's sainthood.

05 Jul 2013

Woman heard 'be not afraid' before miracle that made pope a saint

SAN JOSE Suffering a potentially fatal swelling in the brain, Costa Rican grandmother Floribeth Mora says a voice spoke to her through a photograph of the late Pope John Paul II, miraculously curing her and sealing the late pontiff's sainthood.

28 Jun 2013

Costa Rica probes soapy money-laundering link to Venezuela

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica Costa Rica said on Thursday it was investigating two men suspected of laundering money for Venezuelan government firms after detecting a shady scheme to buy millions of bars of soap.

27 Jun 2013

Costa Rica probes soapy money-laundering link to Venezuela

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica Costa Rica said on Thursday it was investigating two men suspected of laundering money for Venezuelan government firms after detecting a shady scheme to buy millions of bars of soap.

21 Jun 2013

Costa Rica halts Chinese-backed plan for refinery upgrade

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, June 20 Costa Rica has halted its Chinese-backed plan for a $1.5 billion oil refinery upgrade after accusing the contractors of using a subsidiary of the China National Petroleum Corporation to run a feasibility study on the project, officials said on Thursday.

03 Jun 2013

China lends Costa Rica $400 million on Xi visit

SAN JOSE China lent Central American ally Costa Rica nearly $400 million on Monday during a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to a region where Beijing has traditionally vied with rival Taiwan for influence.

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