Colombia: A long road to recovery

Once at risk of becoming a failed state because of intense guerrilla warfare, Colombia has undergone a remarkable turnaround to become a stable and vibrant economy. But domestic conflict still remains in certain pockets of the country where growth and development lag far behind.

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  • Naki B. Mendoza

    Naki is a former reporter, he covered the intersection of business and international development. Prior to Devex he was a Latin America reporter for Energy Intelligence covering corporate investments and political risks in the region’s energy sector. His previous assignments abroad have posted him throughout Europe, South America, and Australia.

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