BOGOTA/NEW YORK A proposal by Colombian coffee growers' federation that producer countries sell their high-quality harvests untethered from the New York market price could encourage buyers to look for alternative providers, importers and exporters said.
YUMBO, Colombia The 36,000 solar panels gleam in the tropical heat of a valley outside the city of Yumbo in western Colombia, feeding dozens of megawatts to a nearby soft drinks factory as well as the national grid.
BOGOTA At least five companies are interested in six fracking blocs in Colombia, and use of the technique could nearly triple the country's reserves of crude and gas, the energy minister said.
BOGOTA, Feb 5 Colombia's arabica coffee crop
will recover in 2019 as a mild El Nino weather phenomenon aids
flowering, the head of the country's growers federation said on
Tuesday, but low prices remain a worry.
COSCUEZ, Colombia/TORONTO A tiny company is trying to breathe new life into a fabled, four-century-old Colombian emerald mine without triggering unrest among wary locals who fear being shut out of the tunnels where they hunt for gems and make a meager living. | Video
ABOARD THE USNS COMFORT, Nov 28 Three-year-old
Emily is curled in the corner of a bunk bed, under anesthesia.
Her Venezuelan mother watches over her, swaying as the hospital
ship pitches back and forth off the coast of northern Colombia.
ABOARD THE USNS COMFORT Three-year-old Emily is curled in the corner of a bunk bed, under anesthesia. Her Venezuelan mother watches over her, swaying as the hospital ship pitches back and forth off the coast of northern Colombia.
RIOHACHA, Colombia Even though five-year-old Kamila is used to getting blood drawn, she cried out when the needle pricked her arm, clinging to her mother for comfort in a classroom-turned-clinic in the northern Colombian city of Riohacha.
CHINCHINA, Colombia Third generation Colombian coffee farmer Mauricio Giraldo knows all too well the stress of seeing some of his crop rot on the tree because he cannot find enough workers to pick the cherry-like red fruit.
BOGOTA Private oil producers in Colombia said on Friday they are optimistic about promises by President Ivan Duque to improve security and bolster the sector.