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Eco Oro threatens to sue Colombia over páramo

With three international mining company Eco Oro threatening to sue Colombia, Julian Kircher takes a look at a classic case of green vs gold, as environmental ethics tangle with economic expansion.
Doing business in Colombia, Bogota Entrepreneurs,

Starting a business in Colombia: Entrepreneurs’ experiences

Improved security and a high-growth economy are driving ever more people to try to fulfil their dreams — and fill their pockets — by...

Bogotá reopening: What to expect if you’re going out for coffee

Restaurants and cafés are now allowed to open from Thursday to Sunday. Here are some pictures of a newly re-opened Chapinero.

The Bogota Post presents its 2019 European Innovation Leaders in Colombia

As Colombia establishes its position as a global business leader, more innovators from around the globe are...
English Business Nights

Colombia’s industrial revolution

Juan David Piedrahíta Cardona gives his perspective on the next steps for the economy.

Medellín proves why it could be the “Silicon Valley of South...

Medellín is no stranger to reinvention - after all, the city has gone from being dubbed as "the most dangerous city on earth" to...

Colombia Connection: Namaste, India!

Despite being geographically distant, relations between Colombia and India have steadily grown closer, a look at the connection between the two.

Big taxi companies Easy Taxi and Tappsi merged: Making it Easy

Easy Taxi and Tappsi users may have been surprised by a new combined ‘Easy-Tappsi’ app that popped up on their phones in recent months: the first visible signs that Colombia’s biggest cab companies had joined forces.
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App-y Bankers: Smartphone banking in Colombia

Take the stress out of going to the bank, by doing it all on your phone. We review the best apps in Colombia for smartphone banking, meaning you'll never have to spend all day in a queue again.
Panama Papers

Panama Papers investigation leads to arrest of top Colombian executives

Andrés Jiménez, Colombia's chief financial ​prosecutor, announced that at least 19 prominent Colombian business people have now been arrested or indicted for their potential involvement in the money-laundering scandal which rocked the world back in 2015.