President Juan Manuel Santos on Monday gave US transport company Uber six months to register as a formal company in Colombia or be banned from the South American country.
Colombia will create a holding company of state-owned businesses in a bid to increase transparency and as a step toward membership in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Full Article »
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos sent his brother to privately meet with FARC rebel leader “Timochenko” in Cuba to negotiate a conclave between negotiators that could speed up three-year-long peace Full Article »
Three years after the peace talks with the FARC began, President Juan Manuel Santos implied that he would have to resign if the Colombian people reject an eventual peace deal.
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos on Monday said he will ask the United Nations to monitor a pending truce with FARC rebels and verify the warring parties’ compliance to the Full Article »
President Juan Manuel Santos apologized Friday for Colombia’s actions during a 1985 army raid on the Supreme Court in which nearly 100 people were killed after the building was taken Full Article »
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos on Thursday said the central bank’s recent half-point interest rate hike was excessive, and policymakers should tighten rates more gradually to avoid stifling the economy.
The FARC and the government agreed Thursday to reach a bilateral ceasefire on December 16 despite major issues still scattered across the negotiations table.
President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC rebel leader “Timochenko” have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for their commitment to Colombia’s ongoing peace talks to end decades of civil conflict.
Colombia and the United States agreed on Thursday that Washington aid to fight drug trafficking will be used for peace building in the event the administration of President Juan Manuel Santos Full Article »
FARC leader “Timochenko” said that his predecessor halted plans to assassinate Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos in order to not compromise secret peace talks in 2011, months before he was killed by security Full Article »
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos told the UN General Assembly Tuesday that peace in his country will lead to global benefits for matters such as the fight against climate change, illicit drugs, Full Article »