The union’s president, Edwin Palma, rejected the statements of the Minister of Finance (MinHacienda), Alberto Carrasquilla, regarding selling more of Ecopetrol’s (NYSE:EC) shares.
A suicide car bomb exploded in Bogotá’s police training academy last Thursday morning. Casualties stand at 21 dead and 68 injured (these may change). The Attorney General attributed the attack to the ELN and on Friday night, President Duque terminated discussions with the guerrilla group.
President Duque said that the extradition process of Farc leader Jesus Santrich is violating the principle of judicial cooperation with the US. Here is why.
The low levels of oil and gas reserves have generated concerns in Colombia and the lack of exploratory activity has increased these worries. María Fernanda Suarez, Minister of Mines and Energy (MinMinas) spoke about the government’s plans for the industry and its future.
After days of protests in Ecopetrol’s (NYSE:EC) Cupiagua field (Casanare), communities decided to sit down and talk. Here is what both parties agreed on. These and other Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) stories in our periodic summary.
The USO’s new vice-president, Cesar Loza, spoke about what to expect from the union’s new board of directors.
President Duque took the stage of the Paris Peace Forum to talk about the Peace Accords with the Farc. Here are the details.