Colombia’s ‘sugar cartel’ and its alleged attempts to keep prices high

Colombia’s ‘sugar cartel’ and its alleged attempts to keep prices high

A five year investigation by Colombia’s Superintendency of Industry and Commerce (SIC) revealed the existence of anti-competitive agreements in Colombia’s sugar industry to drive up prices and bar competitors from  Full Article »

Jun 3, 2015 Ξ 1 comment

Posted by Torkan Omari on Jun 3, 2015

Colombia’s ‘sugar cartel’ and its alleged attempts to keep prices high

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Colombia’s ‘sugar cartel’ and its alleged attempts to keep prices high

A five year investigation by Colombia’s Superintendency of Industry and Commerce (SIC) revealed the existence of anti-competitive agreements in Colombia’s sugar industry to drive up prices and bar competitors from  Full Article »

Posted by Torkan Omari on May 31, 2015

San Agustin and the mythical story behind its ancient statues

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Around a little southwest Colombian town called San Agustin lay archaeological remains that tell stories of Gods, masters, and ordinary people belonging to a culture that flourished between the 8th and the 1st century BC.

Posted by Matthew Dancis on May 28, 2015

Charlie Charlie Challenge sends 4 hysteric teens to hospital in central Colombia

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Charlie Charlie Challenge sends 4 hysteric teens to hospital in central Colombia

Four high school students from central Colombia were hospitalized after they went hysteric playing the Charlie Charlie Challenge, supposedly summoning a Mexican spirit.

Posted by Adriaan Alsema on May 6, 2015

How I helped a pseudo-scholar spread anti-American propaganda

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How I helped a pseudo-scholar spread anti-American propaganda

Instead of spurring a serious investigation into alleged sexual abuse carried out by the US military in Colombia, I feel my recent reporting on the scandal has been a disservice  Full Article »

Posted by Matthew Dancis on Jun 3, 2015

Over 1000 FARC attacks after 1000 days of peace talks: Colombia’s opposition

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Over 1000 FARC attacks after 1000 days of peace talks: Colombia’s opposition

Colombia’s conservative opposition released a study positing that a least one act of violence per day has been committed by the FARC since peace talks first began 1,000 days ago.

Posted by Torkan Omari on Jun 3, 2015

Colombia’s ‘sugar cartel’ and its alleged attempts to keep prices high

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Colombia’s ‘sugar cartel’ and its alleged attempts to keep prices high

A five year investigation by Colombia’s Superintendency of Industry and Commerce (SIC) revealed the existence of anti-competitive agreements in Colombia’s sugar industry to drive up prices and bar competitors from  Full Article »

Posted by Matthew Dancis on Jun 2, 2015

Falcao named team captain over James despite shoddy season

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Falcao named team captain over James despite shoddy season

Colombia coach Jose Pekerman named Radamel Falcao the captain of the national team for the Copa America tournament on Sunday, despite his having an unsatisfactory performance this year with Manchester  Full Article »