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Maritime trade is a huge part of Colombia's economy. Seaports in Colombia are responsible for around 80% of international cargo. Colombia's most important ports are Barranquilla, Cartagena, and Buenaventura. Port efficiency has been steadily becoming more efficient since 1993. Colombia also has seven ships registered in other countries. #1A

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Pereira

Pereira, Colombia. 5 Eco Tourism Destinations to show you the beauty of nature, educate you about the Coffee Region and help support the local economy!

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Coffee fields. Colombia. Coffee beans are a major part of Colombia's economy and they export them

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Jardín

One can support the regional economy by purchasing locally sourced coffee. The village of jardin has a numer of Little coffe houses where you can enjoy a really good Cup! #local #responsible #sustainable #colombia #travelandmakeadifference #jardin #village #colonial

Market Research Report: PESTLE Analysis of Colombia economy experienced moderate growth during 2006-2011 and is forecast to witness good growth over 2012-2017 and reach an estimated $451.6 billion by 2017

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Colombia's economy grew 4.3 percent in 2013, one of the fastest rates in Latin America, beating market expectations on momentum driven by nearly a year of low interest rates.The economy began 2013 sluggishly but finished the year with the strongest quarterly growth in six quarters, expanding 4.9 percent in the final three months of last year, Colombia's national statistics agency DANE reported on Thursday.Full year growth came in slightly below the government's targe