Youth employment in Colombia is most often characterized by poor working conditions, instability, low wages and lack of protections and rights according to a report released by the International Labor Full Article »
China’s prime minister made his first visit to Colombia on Thursday to strengthen existing trade relationships between the two countries.
Colombia has temporarily suspended 516 mining operations, citing the possible adverse effects on ethnic communities as the cause.
Business mogul Alejandro Santo Domingo has overtaken banker Luis Carlos Sarmiento to become Colombia’s richest, according to Bloomberg ranking.
Concerns over the legality of mining and fracking returned to Colombia’s Senate, as several Senators proposed that certain environmental reserves be protected from exploitation or exploration.
In light of a statement by the Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS) that links exist between hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as “fracking”, and earthquakes, some in Colombia have called for a Full Article »
US companies holding business in Colombia are concerned over the possibility of new taxes that could emerge from a reform currently being considered by a group of experts selected by the Full Article »
In sync with rising oil prices, Colombia’s peso has gradually regained value against the US dollar that could sink below COP2,400 in the coming days.
Engineering work ordered by Colombia’s constitutional court that would allow the country’s main coal railway to operate at night was blocked by protesters shortly after the work got under way Full Article »