Colombia Economy

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How will the peace agreement with FARC affect the country’s international presence?


Rapid economic growth in the decade leading up to 2012 saw Latin America’s middle class double in size, as more households moved out of poverty. Colombia was one of the continent’s fastest-growing economies during this period. The emergence of the region’s middle class has signalled important social progress and new investment opportunities....


How can Colombia better reach the goal it set for itself in becoming the third most competitive country in the region by 2032?


What mechanisms should Colombia establish to better guard against external global shocks?


What is needed for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to play a bigger role in the economy and have a stronger share of GDP?


Politically, economically and socially, Colombia may be at the most important turning point in its modern history. After 52 years of fighting, the landmark peace deal between the government and the armed militant group FARC, the country’s largest and well known guerrilla group, was concluded in late 2016.

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