The Colombian government is in conversations with the OECD committees to begin the debate of key issues such as investment, financial markets, insurance and private pensions, competition, taxes, the environment, public governance, regulatory policy, economy, employment, education, health, trade, agriculture, technology and statistics, among other matters that the OECD consider good practice. An emerging market for secure investment, Colombia offers a wealth of investment incentives introduced by the government, and double taxation, investment protection and free trade agreements.
To enable and protect access to the Colombian market by foreign investors, Colombia has double taxation treaties in force with Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, Spain, Canada, Mexico and Switzerland. In the near future treaties with South Korea and Portugal will enter into force, and treaties with the United States, Germany, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Belgium, India, Japan and France are currently being negotiated.
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