These are some of the social investment projects that companies like Minesa, Carbocoque and Cerro Matoso, among others, have developed in their areas of influence.
Much of Latin America has rebelled against its political leaders in recent weeks. Colombia has not been immune but neither has it been as violent as Chile or Ecuador. When polled, most Colombians identify corruption as the issue that most concerns them. To understand this better, we looked at a recent Transparency International corruption study which compares 18 Latin American and Caribbean countries.
The union signed its first collective agreement with Cenit, highlighting advances in the protection of workers’ rights, among others.
This is how investments from the mining industry have helped preserve Colombia’s cultural traditions.
The National Environmental Licensing Agency (ANLA) hosted its first territorial dialogue session in the department of Casanare. These and other Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) stories in our periodic summary.