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Colombian economy 31

Published in Colombian economy Written by September 21 2015 0

The “global value chain” opportunities arising for Colombian exporters -- identified in a recent study for Medellin-based Andi (Colombia's industrial trade association) -- could see greater growth if Colombia tackles certain tax, regulatory, infrastructure, energy-cost and labor issues.

Published in Colombian economy Written by September 15 2015 0

Colombia’s economy still suffers a hangover as the oil-and-mining boom of the prior six years has predictably turned to bust, according to a new study for Medellin-based Andi, Colombia’s national industrial trade association.

Published in Colombian economy Written by September 01 2015 0

A new study by the Washington, D.C.-based Brookings Institution found that Medellin surpassed all other Latin American cities in terms of per-capita economic growth  (gross domestic product, or GDP).

Published in Colombian economy Written by August 20 2015 0

 

The “global value chain” opportunities arising for Colombian exporters -- identified in a new study by Medellin-based Andi (the Colombia national industrial trade association) -- are already being exploited by certain pioneering companies.

Published in Colombian economy Written by August 20 2015 0

The “global value chain” opportunities arising for Colombian exporters -- identified in a new study for Medellin-based Andi (Colombia’s national industrial trade association) – are already being exploited by several pioneering companies, and could expand much more.

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