Colombia ranks 54th on the world country playing field in terms of importing, focusing mainly on importing industrial and transportation equipment, consumer goods and chemicals. Importing mainly from the USA, China and Mexico, Colombia import around $57 billion USD of goods each year.
Columbia is an upper middle-income economy and is becoming an established financial centre in Latin America
|Official Name (Local Language)||República de Colombia||Capital||Bogota||Population||47,220,856||Currency||Colombian Peso||GDP||Colombian Peso||Languages||Spanish||Telephone Dial In||57|
% Partner Share
Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminou
Bituminous coal, not agglomerated
Coffee, not roasted or decaffeinated
Petroleum oils, etc, (excl. crude); preparation
Gold in unwrought forms non-monetary
Coffee, cut flowers, bananas, rice, tobacco, corn, sugarcane, cocoa beans, oil seed, vegetables; shrimp; forest products
Textiles, food processing, oil, clothing and footwear, beverages, chemicals, cement; gold, coal, emeralds
Most of Colombia’s export market is heavily reliant on commodities such as petroleum (45% of total), coffee, coal and nickel, although tourism and entertainment industry is increasing by 12% per year.
Despite a challenging economy, Colombia is a powerhouse in Latin America, and is actively engaged in international import and export markets.
Banco de la República de Colombia
Upper Middle Income