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Colombia - Recent economic developments and prospects (Inglês)

The Colombian economy has developed at a rapid pace since world war second. Aided by favorable natural resources and, until recently, by steadily increasing export earnings, the country was able to maintain a relatively high level of investment in both the private and public sector. A large part of government investment was devoted to improvements in transportation. These efforts, with the help of substantial external loans, are resulting in the emergence of Colombia as an integrated economy. This has been an important inducement for the expansion of manufacturing industry. On the other hand, progress in agriculture has tended to be slow and production has barely kept up with population increase. Colombia's economic development, which has proceeded with rapid strides since world war second, is enhanced by an unusually strong combination of favorable factors. Variety of different climates and coils, for instance, makes the country virtually self-sufficient in all basic foodstuffs. It has an abundant supply of water, coal, and hydroelectric potential. It has ample oil resources which have been developed to the point where Colombia, in addition to exporting crude oil, is self-sufficient in most petroleum products. Moreover, the country has an advanced entrepreneurial class able to exploit its resources.


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    Relatório Econômico ou Setorial Pré-2003

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    América Latina e Caribe,

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    Colombia - Recent economic developments and prospects

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