Colombia announced last week the commencement of a global "new bonds offering" of new global bonds to be denominated in U.S. dollars due in 2030, and additional global bonds to be denominated in US dollars due in 2049.
This year’s annual dry season that affects Colombia in December and January has seen the number of municipalities facing shortages grow to 32, according to the country’s minister of housing, cities and territories, Jonathan Malagón.
Álvaro Guillermo Rendón López, the new General Manager of Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM) has announced that the Colombian utility has reached a 3 year labor agreement, signed January 24, between the company and its Sintraemsdes labor union.
Today the Colombian Petroleum Association, (ACP for its initials in Spanish) presented their report on investment trends in exploration & production (E&P) for 2019 and their outlook for 2020, consolidating information from the 26 most important petroleum companies in...
A passenger arrived on January 25 in Colombia’s third largest city with symptoms conforming with those of the Coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China. The messenger, a male in his 40s, returned from China, passing through Spain & the United States on his way back to Colombia.