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García Duque, J. (2015). Colombia between international integration and development challenges. Cooperacion, 2(2), 11–32. https://doi.org/10.21500/23825014.2271
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In the recent years Colombia has been facing a serious paradox: on one hand with  GDP growth rates above its peers among the region, Colombia joined CIVETS (acronym that describes top healthy emerging economies), filed in 2010 to become an  OCDE country, and in 2015 ranks on top of latam countries on Doing Business list.  And even though Foreign investment and exports have slowed down from 2013 to  these days, last decade sustained growth allows analysts to assess that the country is  strong enough to attract investment and continue its economic path in a consistent  way. On the other hand Colombia has big challenges in terms of development that are  not resolved yet: the transition towards peace, poverty reduction, and the  implementation of policies for inclusive development among others



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