Colombia awards 4G telecoms licenses to five companies

Colombia awards 4G telecoms licenses to five companies

Five companies have won the right to offer 4G telecommunications in Colombia after bidding a total of about $400 million in an au...

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 Foreign visits to Colombia up 4.6% in 2.013

Foreign visits to Colombia up 4.6% in 2.013

Foreign visits to Colombia increased 4.6% in the first months of 2.013 compared to the same period last year, according to statistics of ...

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Colombia and Brasil look to Vancouver for harm reduction drug strategy

Colombia and Brasil look to Vancouver for harm reduction drug strategy

Delegates from Colombia and Brazil hope to replicate Vancouver's innovative approach to harm reduction around illegal drug use even a...

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Medellin is much safer, if not safe

Medellin is much safer, if not safe

Medellin was once in a league of its own, racking up 6,349 killings in 1.991, or 380 per 100,000 people when drug kingpin Pablo Escobar h...

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Spirit marketing chief leaving for Colombia start-up

Spirit marketing chief leaving for Colombia start-up

Spirit Airlines' marketing chief is leaving the U.S. no-frills carrier to become CEO of a domestic low-cost carrier starting up in Co...

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Touchstone looks to score in Colombia

Touchstone looks to score in Colombia

Junior gold explorer Touchstone Gold (TCH-T) believes its high grade Segovia project in northwestern Colombia has the hallmarks to become...

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Bond yields rise to highest since november; but the peso slides

Bond yields rise to highest since november; but the peso slides

Colombia’s bond yields rose to the highest since november as mounting speculation that the Federal Reserve will taper stimulus and faster...

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Colombia, U.S. help train Haitian women police

Colombia, U.S. help train Haitian women police

Juliana Jolissaint is no more than 5-feet-5 and 123 pounds, but she could easily instill fear in the heart of a criminal.  Put a nigh...

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