U.S. and Colombia Strengthen Economic Partnership at 3rd CEO Business Summit
Updated: Apr 28
Colombian President Iván Duque leads the 3rd U.S.-Colombia Business Summit
· Colombia, U.S. Business Leaders Convene in Cartagena: Colombian and U.S. business and policy leaders met at the 3rd U.S.-Colombia Business Summit hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Business Association of Colombia (ANDI) in Cartagena, Colombia last week. “The U.S. is Colombia’s number one trading partner, accounting for 25% of global imports and exports,” said Bruce Mac Master, President of ANDI. Read more
· “Colombia-U.S. Investment Roadmap” Released: American investors can use the roadmap to better understand Colombia’s supply chains and business environment for greater investment potential. Read more
· “Cacao for Colombia: A Sustainable and Climate Smart Cacao Initiative” Launched: The initiative is designed to integrate small farmers into the cacao-to-chocolate global value chain through social investment. Participating U.S. companies include Citi, The Coca-Cola Company, and Drummond Company. Read more
Company executives present Colombian President Duque with the “Cacao for Colombia” Memorandum of Understanding.