The Colombian comeback: from nearly failed state to emerging global player.
The Financial Times, May 2012: "It is a sign of how far perceptions of Colombia have changed that 33 years ago Time Magazine ran a cover with the scurrilous title, “The Colombian connection: billions in pot & coke” stencilled over the psychedelic image of a cannabis leaf. Today, South America’s third-biggest economy is again in the public eye, albeit for less controversial reasons. Last month, Time ran a full face photograph of president Juan Manuel Santos on its cover with the title: The Colombian comeback: from nearly failed state to emerging global player.
The World Bank´s "Doing Business" 2011 edition, classifies Colombia as
the fifth country in the world and first in Latin America that most
protects foreign investors.
Colombia together with Peru forms one of the two fastest growing economies in Latin America today. Ready to become the 'new brazil'.
For in-depth information on Colombia's investment opportunities, portfolio and incentives, please see the document below, or go to the following website:
Special Report Investing in Colombia - FT May 2012