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Colombiatex trade fair “transcends limits” of fashion industry

Information Posted on Tue, January 21, 2014 11:49:16

Colombiatex de las Americas, Colombia’s annual trade fair dedicated to fashion supplies and equipment, returns to Medellin
this week in the renewed aim of enhancing the industry through the
optimization of resources and expansion of new business opportunities.

Over three days, some 500 exhibitors will display their industry
products in various events, forums and activities, according to Carlos
Eduardo Botero, President of the Medellin-based Inexmoda, which
organized the event.

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A beautiful story

Information Posted on Sat, April 13, 2013 21:53:25

There is no absolute certainty of the conditions in which coffee first
arrived to Colombia. Historical data indicates that the Jesuits brought
small seeds with them at around 1730, but there are different versions
of this. Tradition says that the seeds of coffee came from the East of
the country, brought by a traveler from the Guyana who passed through
Venezuela until reaching Colombia. The oldest written testimony of the
presence of coffee in Colombia is attributed to a Jesuit priest, Jose
Gumilla. In his book “The Orinoco Illustrated”(1730) he registered the
presence of coffee in the mission of Saint Teresa of Tabajé, near where
the Meta River empties into the Orinoco. The second written testimony
belongs to the archbishop-viceroy Caballero y Góngora (1787) who
registered the presence of the crop in the North east of the country
near Girón (Santander) and Muzo (Boyacá), in a report that he provided
to the Spanish authorities.

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Information Posted on Sun, March 10, 2013 10:21:02



Sergio Díaz Granados

Clear to See

talks to Sergio Díaz Granados, Minister of Trade, Industry, and
Tourism, on progress in FTA negotiations, and the bid to join the OECD.

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