The Bogotá Post presents its 2020 U.S. Innovation Leaders in Colombia

Over 965,000 foreigners call Colombia home, according to most recent census figures from Colombia’s statistics agency DANE....
Colombian economy

IMF says Colombian economy ‘at turning point’

Following their annual visit, the IMF says the Colombian economy is 'at turning point,' highlighting the need to improve infrastructure, address informality in the labour force and reduce barriers to international trade.
China Eastern Promise

Eastern promise: Economic relations between China and Colombia

As the second largest investor in the Colombian economy, China's influence is massive and wide-ranging. But to what extent is this a bad thing?
Colombian coffee

Colombian coffee: The new black gold?

The National Federation of Coffee Growers has a lot to celebrate as coffee production continues to rise but, as the organisation’s president explains, the industry also faces significant challenges. Emma Newbery wakes up and smells the Colombian coffee.

IT in Colombia: success in challenging times

Colombia is considered by many North American companies as one of the countries with high-performance software developing teams, able to compete with any country...

Worried about your business in Colombia during the pandemic? Here’s what...

A worldwide pandemic during the first half of the fiscal year was not anticipated. As Colombia closes its borders, implements new temporary trade and travel policies, the future of global business is unsure.

A look into Colombia’s e-commerce industry in the time of COVID-19

Over the past 20 years, the Andrean nation of Colombia has seen its population rise steadily from...

How foreign investors can benefit from Colombia’s Orange Economy?

The orange economy is set to grow even more in 2020, offering more opportunities for international investors.
Colombian tax reforms

Colombian tax reforms: How you are affected?

As the new tax reforms come into force, Phoebe Hopson finds out why the government has pushed through politically unpopular measures and what you need to know to make sure you successfully adapt to the changes.

Flying high: Colombian airlines

Commercial airlines posted record profits in 2016, suggesting the traditionally volatile aviation industry could be an attractive proposition for investors. As passenger numbers grow and profits increase worldwide, the aviation industry believes Colombian airlines might offer lofty returns, though there may be some turbulence ahead.