Costa Rica is on the list of 11 countries in Latin America that probably will not have Community development aid from 2014.
The development ministers of the European Union this Monday discussed the conditions under which third world countries can receive this benefit.
The European Commission wants that, between 2014 and 2020, European resources are going to belong to the countries that really need help. But eleven countries in Latin America would be out of the bilateral development assistance.
Among them, mentioned to Costa Rica, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia.
The president of the Chamber of Exporters, Monica Araya, said that Community development aid is only one of the country receives from the Europeans.
She added that cutting benefits is becoming a global trend.
A publication of EFE, indicates that the list of countries receiving Community support will be implemented later this year.
The purpose of these Community funds is to promote human rights, democracy in the countries and sustainable development.