Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Colombia Sees 2012 Coffee Crop as Low as 7.5 Million Bags

Colombia, the second-largest producer of Arabica coffee beans, may produce a smaller crop than last year because of heavy rainfall. The harvest may be 7.5...

Colombia, Venezuela to Study Ecopetrol Ventures, Pipeline

Colombia will consider oil pipeline, exploration and production ventures for state-run Ecopetrol SA (ECOPETL) with Venezuela as the two nations strengthen ties. Colombian Mines and...

Colombia and FARC rebels seek peace

BOGOTA, Colombia — Colombia’s decades-long civil conflict has reached a paradoxical climax. Both the government and the rebels are calling for peace. To prove that...

First reading of Colombia-US FTA is passed

The Colombia-U.S. Free Trade Agreement passed its first reading in the Colombian Congress Thursday. The FTA, a wide-ranging trade pact that will eliminate some tariffs...

Colombia’s Growth To Outpace Brazil

The economies of Peru, Colombia and Chile grew more than twice as fast as Brazil last year and are expected to outpace it again...

Is it the end of paramilitarism in Colombia?

Venezuelan authorities have captured the last of Colombia's paramilitary chieftains, marking the end of the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AUC), which dominated the...

Colombia Environment Protection Gets Renewed Attention

BOGOTA, Feb 15 (Reuters) - Resource-rich Colombia will ramp up sanctions against companies in the booming oil and mining sectors that abuse the environment...

Colombia Fashion Week, With Narco Beauties, Obsessions With Implants And ‘Mountains Of Cocaine’

High fashion in the land of Pablo Escobar has a distinctly Latin flavor, a surreal place where the narco-aesthetic is proudly flaunted with "mountains...

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