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Colombia’s foreign investment to decrease further in 2015

A boom in foreign direct investment (FDI) between 2010 and 2013 has come to an end as the government announces an expected drop in foreign investment for both 2014 and 2015.

Venezuela expands Colombia border closing measures

Venezuela on Monday announced to expand the restriction of traffic between Colombia and its neighbor to the east in order to curb contraband and prevent “national security threats.”

How the booming dollar is affecting Colombia

Colombia’s currency is tumbling against the value of the dollar, descending to over 2,400 pesos on Friday. While all oil exporting countries have been hit by falling oil prices, the peso has fallen by 21% since June, second only in losses to the Russian ruble.

Colombia for Higher Productivity

Colombian Predident Juan Manuel Santos called for increasing productivity and curbing inequalities in Latin America, which could represent a leap for the economies and social development.

Colombian companies to keep showing their Best to the World

After a busy couple of months in which the Colombian textile industry participated in different trade shows and events, including the very successful Miami SwimShow, Colombian companies continue to work hard to show the world what they are made of.


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