Colombia’s banks will press the government to stabilize the country’s tax reform program, urging Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos to stop “changing the rules every 24 hours.”
The new President of the Colombian Petroleum Association warned on Thursday that Colombia’s fiscal stability will be jeopardized if oil exploration bottlenecks aren’t solved and the country runs out of Full Article »
Colombia’s second largest city, Medellin, has been judged one of the best cities in Latin American to live in, according to a recent “Smart Cities” study conducted by the Spanish Full Article »
President Santos’ so-called “balance of power” bill seeks to increase the length of presidential term and eliminate reelections.
Demand in Colombia for gasoline, lubricants and other oil products has spurred a trade deficit for country for the better part of 2014.
The Criminal Panel of Colombia’s Supreme Court has delegated the investigation of crime against humanity committed by former opposition senator, Piedad Cordoba, to Colombia’s Prosecutor General’s Office.
The Senate Peace Commission set to rest a big concern of Colombia’s military regarding transitional justice in the event of a peace deal with Colombia’s largest rebel group, FARC.
Colombia has seen a drop in the murder of human rights defenders and community leaders compared to last year, but a recent report by a Colombian NGO indicated that death Full Article »