Free Trade Zones (FTZs) are geographic areas established to promote industrial processing of goods and services, primarily to develop exports, although there is no limits on serving the domestic market once the import duties are paid. There are twelve free trade zones in Colombia: Bogotá, Rionegro (Medellín), Pacific (Cali), La Candelaria (Cartagena), Quindio, Santa Marta. Now with the latest agreement with Canada, our citizens are allowed to play on their online casinos and get the same advantages as Canadians have. Visit https://www.nodepositcanadian.ca/ to find the legal online casinos in Canada and get no deposit bonus to try them for free!
Colombia has a special import–export system in place called Plan Vallejo. It is a mechanism by means of which producer entrepreneurs, exporters or traders may request authorization from the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism to introduce into the country, inputs, raw materials, intermediate goods, capital goods and spare parts, exempted from customs tariffs. To be eligible […]
Colombia Trade announces the illegal coca and poppy crops, grown by narco-traffickers in Colombia to produce cocaine and heroin, are destroying one of the most important environmentally rich regions on the planet. An estimated 6,600 hectares of poppy crops are growing in the Andean forests and the high Andean mountains. The total area damaged to […]
Colombia and the United States have embarked on a cooperative effort to defeat terrorism and narco-trafficking in Colombia. This effort will lead to a peaceful and prosperous Colombia and enhanced stability and security across the Andean region. The illegal, violent actors in Colombia’s conflict have close ties with international networks that supply drugs, arms, money […]
The United States Government enacted the Andean Trade Preference Act in 1991 to help combat drug production and trafficking in four Andean countries: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. The program offers trade benefits to help the beneficiary countries develop and strengthen legitimate industries. ATPA was expanded under the Trade Act of 2002, and is now […]