While strong production in May sets Colombia’s coffee farmers on course to achieve 2014 targets, unstable global markets and exchange rate concerns continue to loom over the immediate future of Full Article »
The Pacific Alliance trade bloc (uniting Colombia, Mexico, Chile and Peru) announced plans to strengthen ties with Latin America’s other major trading group, Mercosur, reported Colombia’s El Espectador newspaper on Tuesday.
Colombia’s central bank plans to double US dollar purchases, in order to control an appreciating peso, which is hurting exports, reported local media.
Delegations from 20 countries will gather to discuss security measures in the 54th edition of the Conference of Leaders of the Air Forces of America (CONJEFAMER) in Colombia’s second largest Full Article »
President Juan Manuel Santos’s re-election sends a “clear message” that Colombia has moved away from hardline militaristic politics, according to the FARC rebel group, the country’s largest.
New figures from Colombia’s statics agency show a growth of industrial production in the country of over 2% compared to the same period in 2013, the National Administrative Department of Full Article »
The Pacific Alliance is a free trade agreement that, among other things, reduces tariffs for goods exchanged between its four member countries: Colombia, Peru, Chile and Mexico, joined by their Full Article »
Colombia’s government to issue more bonds to fund a higher-than-predicted fiscal deficit in the national budget, reported international news-wire, Reuters on Monday.