Between March 3 and March 9, 532,384 Colombians living abroad will be able to vote in the country’s congressional elections. Of the 75 countries that have Colombian consulates, 63 have consulates Full Article »
Colombia has developed various strategies to attract foreign direct investment. One of them is tax exemption. It makes economic conditions more favorable for mining and fuel companies. Royalties are a Full Article »
“In Colombia, elections are stolen,” said the Director of Colombia’s National Registrar’s Office, Carlos Ariel Sanchez Torres, in 2007. Colombia indeed suffers from several problems in its democracy that increase electoral Full Article »
Teletrabajo is being promoted in Colombia as a new type of modern work model for both the private business and government sector, where employees are set up to work from Full Article »
Spend a little time on Bogota’s streets, and one thing becomes obvious: Air pollution regulations here are a dead letter.
When U.S. citizens proclaim with gusto that they “support the troops” what does that really mean? In the past, supporting the troops has been conflated with supporting war efforts, despite Full Article »
If Colombia does not take advantage of China’s changing energy demands, it could miss out on a transformative source of wealth.