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 […]
Excepts from media coverage of Colombia’s presidential election “The Uribe wind is not only an endorsement of a worldview favoring security, the rule of law and global engagement for Colombia. It is also evidence of a backlash against economic isolation and hostility toward private property preached by Mr. Gaviria and Mr. Chávez next door. As […]
Royal Caribbean Returns to Cartagena The U.S.-based company, Royal Caribbean Cruises, will return to Colombian ports after a more than a four-year absence. Richard Fain, President of Royal Caribbean, said during a announcement with Colombian President Alvaro Uribe that he anticipated 75,000 passengers would visit Colombia’s shores within the next year. Royal Caribbean sails to […]