Colombia has a host of problems but the government of President Juan Manuel Santos is making real progress on several fronts. The economy is outperforming most of its Latin American neighbours and foreign direct investment is pouring in. Peace talks to end 50 years of violence from the guerilla group Farc continue but further reforms are needed to reduce inequality and legalise land ownership.

COLOMBIA is a lesson in how a nation lives on the edge. The economy has been going well for the past year, the climate for foreign investment is good, and peace talks with the guerrilla group Farc - the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia - have been making progress.

But the prob...

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Dr. Joseph S. Tulchin
The OECD’s conclusions help to demonstrate some of the areas of improvement in Colombia’s performance which can be obscured by concern for the continuing issues of violence and social justice
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