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!
On coltrade.org you can find comments about the Colombia – U.S. Free Trade Agreement. Comments by U.S. Companies and Industry Associations “A U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement is a very positive step in achieving a climate of liberalization throughout the hemisphere.A free trade agreement with Colombia will stimulate both passenger and cargo traffic between the two […]
Colombia achieves fiscal balance Coltrade is offering you the announcement of President Uribe that Colombia reached a fiscal balance-making it the best performance in that country’s public sector. Standard & Poor’s recently raised its outlook on Colombia’s foreign and domestic debt to “positive” from “stable,” which caused yields on the Colombian bonds to fall to […]
Coltrade informs you about the Colombia trade partners, declaring that Colombia is a proven partner of the United States in the Western Hemisphere because of its trade and investment potential; its democratic, free market values; and its unwavering fight against illegal drugs and terrorism. The U.S.-Colombia Trade Partnership will significantly enhance both Colombia’s and the United States’ strategic […]
COLOMBIA IS: A gateway to Latin America. Colombia is located in the middle of the Western hemisphere, on the northern coast of the South American continent. Colombia’s Caribbean coast is closer to Miami than Miami is to New York. A large country. Colombia is the size of Texas and California combined. Its 45 million people make it […]