Colombia's recent economic policies have led to stability, but not economic growth. Like many countries in South America, it is struggling find the right policies to create real and long term growth. It is unclear whether Colombia's drug-related violence has hindered economic growth or whether the lack of growth has contributed to the violence. In March 2003, the Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD) was invited to Colombia to explore these and other issues through an open dialogue, and to examine alternative strategies for long-term growth and development.
The 2nd Latin America-China Conference: China-LAC Development Collaboration - A “New Normal”?
Employment, Security, and Development: Challenges for Colombia
Colombia Country Dialogue 2003
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