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Colombia Suffered Its Deepest Slump Since 1905 Last Year

(Bloomberg) -- Colombia’s economy suffered its deepest contraction in more than a century last year, leaving it wracked by soaring debt, mass unemployment and...

Colombia To Permit International Flights From September 1, Reopens Ticket Sales

Colombia’s Transportation Minister, Angela Orozco, announced last week that Colombia’s airports will reopen to international flights beginning September 1. Domestic flights are expected to resume...

Colombia to spend US$3.65 billion on coronavirus economic measures

Colombia will spend 14.8 trillion pesos (US$3.65 billion) on emergency measures to ease the economic fall-out from coronavirus, the government said on Wednesday, but...

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