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Antioquia

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Medellin is the second most important city in Colombia, after Bogota. Over a short period of time, it has been transformed into a metropoli with a vast potential for growth due to its exceptional architecture, creatively designed recreational spaces, and continuous plans for development.

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City: Medellin

Population: 2011: 6,143,809 inhabitants

PIB: 2010: US$ 40.885,5 billion

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Atlantic

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Barranquilla is known as “Colombia’s Golden Gate”. Located on the shores of the Magdalena River, Colombia’s main river flowing out to the Caribbean Sea, it has one of the most important and active ports in the country that is also only three days away from New York. Barranquilla is characterized by its ethnic diversity, which has resulted from it being a point of entry for immigrants throughout its history. Its carnivals are some of the most important in Latin America and have been recognized by UNESCO as world heritage. The carnival is a colorful and popular event attended by large numbers of tourists from around the world.

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City: Barranquilla

Population: 2011: 2,344,077 inhabitants

PIB: 2010: US$ 12.546,1 billion

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Bolívar

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In 1991, Cartagena was declared a historic & cultural tourist destination by UNESCO. Considered one of Colombia’s most beautiful cities, attracting national and foreign tourists year after year, in addition to its undeniable historical richness, “the Heroic City” has a privileged geographic location that makes it a strategic commercial point connecting to the world across the Caribbean Sea.

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City: Cartagena

Population: 2011: 2,002,531 inhabitants

PIB: 2010: US$ 12.230 billion

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Cundinamarca

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Bogota has positioned itself as a cultural epicenter, and it is considered the nation’s economic motor. During the last few years, it has consolidated itself as an outstanding player in Latin America’s economy, with an annual growth of over 4% and a GDP value higher than those of Ecuador, Panama, and Uruguay. Additionally, it offers investment opportunities in hotel and tourism infrastructure, the automotive sector, service outsourcing, cosmetics and hygiene products, agri-industry, and software and IT services.

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City: Bogota

Population: Cundinamarca 2011: 2,517,215 inhabitants; Bogota 2011: 7,467,804 inhabitants

PIB: Cundinamarca 2010: US$ 15.015,5 billion; Bogota D.C. 2010: US$ 78.737,2 billion

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Northern Santander

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Northern Santander is located in the Colombian Northeast, sharing a border with Venezuela. This important border is the exit port for 87% of exports to this neighboring country. This region is also rich in natural resources like coal, oil, and agriculture.

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City: Cúcuta

Population: 2011: 1,309,265 inhabitants

PIB: 2010: US$ 5.095 billion

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Santander

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Bucaramanga is located in the country’s Northeast on the Eastern mountain range, only a few hours away from the Chicamocha Canyon. It is known for being a commercial city, of special importance in the footwear and apparel manufacturing sectors, as well as in health, financial, and education services.

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City: Bucaramanga

Population: 2011: 2,020,604 inhabitants

PIB: 2010: US$ 22.859,4 billion

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Valle del Cauca

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Cali is the third most important city in Colombia. It is located near the Buenaventura Port, which is one of the most important in the country. Cali is also famous for its traditional Fair. In this department, some of the predominating industries are rubber, chemical products, furniture, and paper.

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City: Cali

Population: 2011: 4,428,675 inhabitants

PIB: 2010: US$ 29.490 billion

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East Central Zone

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City: Arauca, Florencia, Leticia, Mocoa, Puerto Carreño, San Jose Del Guaviare, Villavicencio, and Yopal

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Coffee Triangle

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Risaralda, Caldas, and Quindío are the three departments making up the Coffee Axis region, where the best coffee in the world is grown. These departments have developed great potential for investment in the automotive sector, agro-industry, cosmetics and hygiene products, hotel and tourism infrastructure, and service outsourcing.

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City: Pereira, Manizales, and Armenia

Population: Risaralda 2011: 930,518 inhabitants; Caldas 2011: 980,267 inhabitants; Quindío 2011: 552,755 inhabitants

PIB: Risaralda 2010: US$ 4.587,2 billion; Caldas 2010: US$ 4.821,1 billion; Quindío 2010: US$ 2.513,3 billion

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