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2 Important Facts Ports on both Atlantic and Pacific Major Distribution Center – strategically located as a key distribution center to the Americas Rapidly expanding middle class Large oil and gas reserves in Meta, Casanare, Arauca departments Conveniently located: - Chicago to Bogotá– 6 hours - New York to Bogotá– 8 ours - Los Angeles to Bogotá – 9-11 hours General Facts

3 Population Size and Density Colombia is the world’s 28 th largest country in terms of population – 45 million 9 cities with populations over 500,000 Bogotá, with nearly 8 million inhabitants, is the 28 th largest city in terms of population 75% of the population resides in urban areas; Estimated that Colombia will the 4 th largest country in the Western Hemisphere by 2050; 63% of the population is younger than 35, and 83% is younger than 50; Demographic Information > 1 million5 500K – 1 million 4 200K – 500K7 100K – 200K30 Colombia is a major country with several investment markets

4 GDP Growth Economic Indicators SOURCE: IMF for historical, EIU for projected, 2010 *Note: 2009 figures are estimated Colombia’s GDP growth has been remarkably stable in the last 10 years

5 Colombia and World GDP Growth (%) Economic Indicators SOURCE: DANE (National Accounts), DNP, EIU (Market Indicators & Forecasts) *Note: EIU world forecast Colombia’s economic growth stands out compared to the rest of the world

6 GDP per Capita Economic Indicators SOURCE: IMF; EIU, 2010 Colombia’s per Capita income is growing faster than many other Latin American countries

7 Inflation Economic Indicators SOURCE: World Bank, 2010 Colombia’s inflation rates have remained markedly stable

8 Exports by Sector (USD mil, FOB) Major Exports Oil and coal exports: - 45% of total export value - 7% of GDP Oil and coal exports: - 45% of total export value - 7% of GDP SOURCE: DANE, 2009 Colombia’s economy is 3x larger than it was 8 years ago

9 Foreign Direct Investment by Sector (%) Economic Indicators Colombia offers many investment opportunities

10 Tourism Million Visitors Tourism SOURCE: DAS Note: Cruises included Variation: 17.2% Tourism in Colombia has nearly tripled in the last 8 years

11 Student Enrollment Bogotá, Education SOURCE: Ministry of Education, Colombia Student population has increased by over 60% since 2002

12 Safety & Security SOURCE: Bogotá Camber of Commerce, based on information issued by AméricaEconomía Intellenge and the Bogotá Metropolitan Police; FBI Homicides per 100,000 Inhabitants 2008 Bogotá is safer than many of the popular investment markets today

13 The Colombian Government has proven its commitment to generating the most favorable conditions for domestic and foreign investment instruments, including the creation of numerous free-trade zones, tax incentives and legal stability contracts. In the last few years, Colombia has experienced a marked improvement in its macroeconomic performance, internal security and stability for business. As a result, economic and social indicators have improved dramatically. Based on a variety of indicators, Colombia has achieved solid structural growth Business Environment and Operational Risk Executive Summary Colombia


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