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Protests put Colombia's Duque in the hotseat on tax reform

27 Nov 2019

BOGOTA Widespread street protests in Colombia are likely to force embattled President Ivan Duque to make major changes to his tax reform proposal if he wants to pass the bill before a year-end deadline.

UPDATE 5-Three Colombia police killed in bombing after thousands gather for renewed protests

23 Nov 2019

BOGOTA, Nov 22 Three police were killed in a bomb blast late on Friday at a police station in Colombia, after thousands gathered for renewed protests and sporadic looting erupted in the capital Bogota.

Facing stiff competition, will Colombia's marijuana industry go up in smoke?

07 Oct 2019

PESCA, Colombia A intense scent hangs in the air at the 15-hectare La Chacra medicinal cannabis farm in central Colombia, where marijuana plants blossom in the warm closeness of its huge, heavily-secured greenhouse.

Low coal prices set to hit Colombia's wallet

26 Sep 2019

BOGOTA Colombia, the world's fourth-largest exporter of coal, faces a potential spending crunch in 2020 as royalties from the fuel decline amid a supply glut and slowing economic growth in China.

Low coal prices set to hit Colombia's wallet

26 Sep 2019

BOGOTA, Sept 26 Colombia, the world's fourth-largest exporter of coal, faces a potential spending crunch in 2020 as royalties from the fuel decline amid a supply glut and slowing economic growth in China.

Colombia rebels' new offensive brings back bad memories for businesses

04 Sep 2019

BOGOTA When Colombian businessman Christian Ulloa heard that former members of the FARC rebels had rejected a peace deal with the government and launched a new offensive, he could not help but feel alarm.

Colombia rebels' new offensive brings back bad memories for businesses

04 Sep 2019

BOGOTA, Sept 4 When Colombian businessman Christian Ulloa heard that former members of the FARC rebels had rejected a peace deal with the government and launched a new offensive, he could not help but feel alarm.

Reuters poll: Colombian inflation to rise on food prices, peso depreciation - analysts

29 Aug 2019

BOGOTA Expectations for Colombian inflation have risen amid persistent pressure on food prices and new concerns over the depreciation of the local peso currency, which is trading at record lows against the dollar, analysts in a Reuters poll said on Thursday.

In calls and emails, Argentine execs seek jobs abroad to escape crisis

26 Aug 2019

By Aislinn Laing, Marina Lammertyn, Marcelo Rochabrun and Nelson Bocanegra

In calls and emails, Argentine executives seek jobs abroad to escape crisis

26 Aug 2019

By Aislinn Laing, Marina Lammertyn, Marcelo Rochabrun and Nelson Bocanegra | Video

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