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Doing Business in Colombia
In general, persons or companies importing goods to Colombia must comply with the following procedures: Step 1: Registering the Import The first step is to fill out the import registry (Registro de Importacion) that can be obtained at any of the regional offices of the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism – MINCOMERCIO. The import registry is only […]
Coltrade gives you some steps if you are planning to start a business in Colombia. In general, individuals or companies exporting goods from Colombia must comply with the following procedures: Step 1: Certificate of Origin (if required by the importing country) Some importing countries require a Certificate of Origin (Certificado de Origen) for the exported good […]
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 […]
Colombian governments have traditionally welcomed private companies, privatization and foreign investment, including Colombia international trade. This attitude was reinforced when the economy “opened” in the early 1990s in a process geared to internationalize the country. The opening of the economy sparked important changes in legislation on foreign investment, the exchange rate, the financial sector, the […]