Colombia Economy

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Since the drop in commodity prices in 2014, Colombia’s economy has been recovering and is set to expand in 2019 and 2020. In May 2018 Colombia was invited to become the 37th member of the OECD, a positive development that should increase the country’s international political and economic prominence in the coming decades. However, challenges to ensuring Colombia’s continued economic progress remain.

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While 2019 was a rather mixed year for Colombia’s economy, the country closed the year on a positive note, with 3.4% GDP growth.

En un contexto de crecimiento económico positivo, el gasto de los hogares en Colombia ha evolucionado favorablemente en 2019 gracias a unas bases macroeconómicas sólidas y a factores demográficos.

Colombia busca expandir y diversificar sus lazos comerciales con China a través de una serie de nuevas alianzas, confirmadas por el presidente Iván Duque durante su reciente visita de Estado a esa nación.

Articles & Analysis | Popular hotels around Colombia from The Report: Colombia 2019

 

HOTEL GRAND HYATT Calle 24 A #57-60 T: (+57) 1 654 1234 F: (+57) 1 654 1235 www.hyatt.com bogota.grand@hyatt.com Rooms: 211 king rooms, 111 double rooms and 50 suites with views of the city and the Andes; all rooms are non-smoking, and nine are handicap-accessible. Business & Conference Facilities: 24,000 sq feet of event space,...

 

LANGUAGE: Spanish is the official language, although more than 60 indigenous and Creole languages are spoken in various regions. English is also an official language in San Andrés, Providencia and the Santa Catalina islands off the northern coast. Business executives and senior government officials are frequently highly proficient in...

 

As the world’s nations and businesses become increasingly interconnected, so too does the flow of global migration. According to the OECD’s “International Migration Outlook 2018”, in 2017 some 258m people resided in a country other than the one they were born in and more than 5m foreign-born persons were permanently settled in OECD countries....