Colombia Proves Latin America’s Best Equities Since 2.002

Colombia Proves Latin America’s Best Equities Since 2.002

The IGBC index returned 70 percent in the past 10 years after adjusting for volatility, the most among six major benchmark indexes in the re...

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Colombia Yields Hold at One-Week Low as Inflation Forecasts Drop

Colombia Yields Hold at One-Week Low as Inflation Forecasts Drop

Yields on Colombia’s peso bonds held at a one week low as investors lowered inflation forecasts, buoying demand for the fixed rate debt. “I...

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Colombia Tax Bill May Improve Wealth Distribution, Santos Says

Colombia Tax Bill May Improve Wealth Distribution, Santos Says

Colombia will send a tax bill to Congress in the next few days that will seek to improve wealth distribution, President Juan Manuel Santos s...

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Colombia-Coldeportes ready to strike at Tour of Turkey

Colombia-Coldeportes ready to strike at Tour of Turkey

The Presidential Tour of Turkey now a UCI 2.HC race and possibly part of the World Tour in 2.014 will this year feature a hilltop finish for...

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Costa Rica to Start Trade Talks With Colombia

Costa Rica to Start Trade Talks With Colombia

Costa Rica plans to start negotiating free trade agreements with Colombia and South Korea this year and complete an accord with members of t...

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Extended winter could force Colombia to import gas

Extended winter could force Colombia to import gas

Colombia may need to import natural gas during a harsh rainy season, the country's minister of mines and energy regulator have announced...

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China, Colombia to strengthen party ties

China, Colombia to strengthen party ties

A senior official with the Communist Party of China (CPC) has reiterated that CPC is willing to improve ties with major parties of Colombia ...

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The potential of Mila

The potential of Mila

Mila, the Andean stock exchange tie-up that harmonises electronic trading between the Chilean, Colombian and Peruvian bourses, has been some...

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U.S. women's team draws France, Colombia and Korea DPR in 2.012 Olympics

U.S. women's team draws France, Colombia and Korea DPR in 2.012 Olympics

The U.S. women's team will face France, Colombia and Korea DPR in Group G at the 2.012 London Olympics taking place from July 25-Aug. 9 ...

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Colombia's Ecopetrol Reports Oil Find In Tisquirama Block

Colombia's Ecopetrol Reports Oil Find In Tisquirama Block

Colombia (Dow Jones) Colombia's state-controlled oil company Ecopetrol (EC, ECOPETROL.BO) reported a discovery Wednesday at an explorato...

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Atapuma gives Colombia Coldeportes team its first European victory

Atapuma gives Colombia Coldeportes team its first European victory

Darwin Atapuma (Colombia Coldeportes) claimed his team's first victory on European soil this season. Victory atop the Passo Pordoi cele...

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Colombia's El Tiempo Newspaper Bought By Billionaire Sarmiento

Colombia's El Tiempo Newspaper Bought By Billionaire Sarmiento

Colombia's richest person, Luis Carlos Sarmiento, has finalized his purchase of the country's leading newspaper El Tiempo, according...

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Colombian Stocks : Isagen, Pacific Rubiales Energy Were Active

Colombian Stocks : Isagen, Pacific Rubiales Energy Were Active

The following companies had unusual price changes in Bogotá trading.  Stock symbols are in parentheses, and prices are as of the close of t...

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Colombia Stocks Rise Led By ETB; Peso Strengthens

Colombia Stocks Rise Led By ETB; Peso Strengthens

Colombian stocks rose Friday, following in the footsteps of U.S. shares that were nudged higher by better than expected quarterly reports fr...

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Colombia’s Coffee Crop May Be Below 7 Million Bags, Volcafe Says

Colombia’s Coffee Crop May Be Below 7 Million Bags, Volcafe Says

Coffee production in Colombia, the world’s second-biggest arabica grower, may be less than 7 million bags in the current season because of r...

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Colombia’s president announces resignation of country’s police chief

Colombia’s president announces resignation of country’s police chief

Colombia’s national police chief, Gen. Oscar Naranjo, has decided to step down because he is tired and feels it’s time for a younger generat...

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PriceTravel launches operations in Colombia

PriceTravel launches operations in Colombia

PriceTravel, Mexico’s most innovative travel agency, has just begun operations in Colombia with the official launch of PriceTravel.co and th...

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Colombia March Car Sales Decline 5.5% On Year To 30,549 Units

Colombia March Car Sales Decline 5.5% On Year To 30,549 Units

Colombia vehicle sales saw a rare decline in March, retreating 5.5% compared with a year ago, the latest indication that the country's r...

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Colombian artist hits 80 with no plans to retire

Colombian artist hits 80 with no plans to retire

As he plans to celebrate his 80th birthday in his native Colombia this week, painter and sculptor Fernando Botero says the idea of retiring ...

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Colombia seeks more foreign investment in mining

Colombia seeks more foreign investment in mining

Colombia expects to sell exploration rights to its large untapped mineral resources next year as part of its effort to attract foreign inves...

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Colombian Peso Advances to Two-Week High on IMF Forecast

Colombian Peso Advances to Two-Week High on IMF Forecast

Colombia’s peso rose to a two-week high after the International Monetary Fund increased its forecast for global economic growth, buoying dem...

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GM urges Latin America to honor trade pacts

GM urges Latin America to honor trade pacts

General Motors (GM.N) will press Latin American governments to respect existing trade agreements despite a protectionist trend round the reg...

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Colombian Peso Gains for Second Day on Oil, Appetite for Yield

Colombian Peso Gains for Second Day on Oil, Appetite for Yield

Colombia’s peso rose for a second day amid gains in oil, the nation’s biggest export, and as signs that the Federal Reserve and Bank of Japa...

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Colombia Rushes Through Its Own SOPA In An 'Emergency Procedure' To Appease US Ahead Of Obama Visit

Colombia Rushes Through Its Own SOPA In An 'Emergency Procedure' To Appease US Ahead Of Obama Visit

Last fall, we wrote about how the Obama administration celebrated the signing of what they incorrectly called "free trade agreements&qu...

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Rains in Colombia Are Delaying Coffee Drying, Volcafe Says

Rains in Colombia Are Delaying Coffee Drying, Volcafe Says

Rainfall in Colombia, the world’s second-biggest producer of arabica coffee, is delaying the drying of beans from the smaller of two annual ...

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