Residents of Cajamarca took a nearly unanimous decision in a popular vote on March 26 to block a massive gold mine, dubbed ‘La Colosa’.
Biopharmaceutical companies in Colombia are facing legal delays with their licenses to begin cultivating medicinal cannabis.
The 36th edition of Anato, the country's most important travel fair, kicked off Wednesday with an emphasis on promoting eco-tourism in post-conflict Colombia.
Colombia still tops the so- called “Clinton List” with 1,930 persons and companies prohibited to engage directly with the United States and vice versa.
With the post-conflict, Colombia could join the ranks of leading cacao producers in the world. The appetite from homegrown chocolate is also growing.
The inauguration of Hyatt's luxury hotel in Cartagena this month is the latest in a series of expansion projects by leading hotel groups in Colombia. But more rooms hasn't boosted occupancy.
President Trump's policies will have major ramifications for the fate of the Colombian economy, peso, and global trade.
Overseas, talk of Colombia is all peace. But on the homefront, an aggressive tax reform aims to expand the collection base and proposes a 19% IVA, one of the highest in the hemisphere.
Once native to California, Colombia's Hass avocado is becoming this country’s golden export and now certified for U.S consumers.
The United Nations has praised Colombia for its commitment to the Development Goals, but progress remains slow on key issues.
The recent corporate merger between InBev and SABMiller means Colombians get more choice when it comes to international beers while staying true to homemade brews.
The busy trans-Atlantic route covered by Avianca and major European carriers now offers passengers the option of enjoying a Dreamliner experience to Madrid and London.
One of the world's most respected charities returns to Colombia to finish its original mission of financing economic opportunities, inclusion and equality.
Colombia's peso fell on Monday following a Sunday plebiscite that rejected a peace agreement between the government and the FARC guerrilla group.
Limited access to banking remains a major barrier to many Colombians, but there are signs of greater financial inclusion states Brookings.
Colombian social entrepreneurs Conceptos Plásticos won The Venture prize for homes and temporary shelters made from molten plastic.