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How To Save 80% Or More On Your Healthcare Expense

THE COST OF HEALTHCARE OVERSEAS   How To Save 80% Or More On Your Healthcare Expense June 6, 2013, Panama City, Panama: The cost of healthcare overseas can be 80% less than in the United States, and comprehensive health insurance can cost as little as US$100 per month or less. Dear Live and Invest Overseas Reader, In some places around the world, it is possible to arrange good, comprehensive health insurance for less than US$100 per month. In some countries the cost of medical care can be so low that it can make more sense to pay for it as you need it, rather than insuring against it. And, under certain circumstances, health care can even be free. These are all potential upsides of one of the most important, complicated, and person...

Colombia's President Santos starts Monday official visit to Israel and Palestine

Santos starts Monday official visit to Israel and Palestine By: JANA BERIS | 3:42 pm |June 8, 2013   Share this article Twitter 32   0 Instapaper     The trip will highlight Colombia's interest to maintain good ties with both parties. The visit itself does not deal with the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, but it inevitably comes around every table conversation. That not only because each party guests brought before his central focus as to why the stagnation of the peace process and what is the fair solution to the conflict, but to a very specific point involving the President Santos: Colombia is one of the only two Latin American countries (with Panama), who sa...

Five cities, attractive investment... The Colombian capital ranked fifth among the 48 Latin American cities most attractive for investment, while five major urban centers Colombians entered the top 30 of that list.

Five cities, attractive investment By: ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS WRITING | 7:58 pm |June 2, 2013   In cities examined: purchasing power, global players, human capital, urban comfort and dynamism, among others. Photo: File / TIME Share this article Twitter 264   10 Instapaper     Bogota, above Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. Medellin and Cali moved 13 and 10 seats. The Colombian capital ranked fifth among the 48 Latin American cities most attractive for investment, while five major urban centers Colombians entered the top 30 of that list. The scale was developed by the Center for Competitive Thinking Strategies (Cepec) at the University of Rosario, in partnership wit...

Doing business in Colombia: Tips from a Medellin-based entrepreneur

Jun 7, 2013   Doing business in Colombia: Tips from a Medellin-based entrepreneur posted by Jim Glade     Bob Reisenweber (Photo: Joel Duncan Photography) Starting a business in a foreign country will always bring challenges, but how you react to those challenges could affect whether your business sinks or swims. Bob Reisenweber, a former New York investment banker turned Medellin-based entrepreneur, shared his experiences doing business in Colombia, one of Latin America’s fastest growing economies. Reisenweber is a University of Pennsylvania graduate who spent two years as an investment banker in New York. Fed up with the banking industry, Reisenweber decided ...

Latin America a hot spot for American retirees

Latin America a hot spot for American retirees By AP | 4 Jun, 2013, 10.58PM IST 0 comments |Post a Comment   READ MORE ON » Travel | Panama Canal | Panama | North America | Latin America | internet business | Central America With its miles of beaches, lush rainforests and welcoming colonial towns, Panama, like much of Latin America, has become a hot spot for American retirees. Panama Petrochem Ltd. BSE 130.35 2.35(1.84%) Vol: 2559 shares traded NSE 128.00 0.00(0.00%) Vol: 2501 shares traded   Prices | Financials | Company Info | Reports ET SPECIAL: Now know your capital gain taxes with ET Portfolio ...

Colombia’s Uribe Enjoys Huge Popularity (70% Approval Rating)     0 inShare   SOURCE: FLONNET.COM By JOHN CHERIAN in Bogota THE Colombian elite, like their counterparts in India, are proud of the special relationship their government has forged with the United States. When most other countries in the region are railing against the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the U.S., the Colombian government is looking forward to its ratification. It is another matter that the Obama administration is taking its time to do so. A few Democratic Party lawmakers have raised objections to it, citing cases of repression against trade unions and violation of human rights. But following the initialing of the new military cooperation agr...

Colombia Wants To Get Closer To Asia

Colombia Wants To Get Closer To Asia     0 inShare   SOURCE: BLOOMBERG.COM By Frederik Balfour May 6 (Bloomberg) — Colombia, blocked from signing a free- trade deal with the U.S., must focus on building economic and political relationships with Asian countries to secure its future, Vice President Francisco Santos said. “I think Colombia should really shift most of its economic and diplomatic bureaucracy towards India, China, Singapore and Indonesia,” the outgoing vice president said yesterday in an interview in Hong Kong. Countries without a presence in the region are going to “miss the bus,” he said. Santos spoke after visiting India and China, where he sought to lure investors...

U.S. Reaches Trade Deal with Colombia, White House Says

U.S. Reaches Trade Deal with Colombia, White House Says     2 inShare   Source: Miami Herald / McClatchy Newspapers WASHINGTON DC — The White House on Wednesday is announcing a deal to ratify the long-stalled free trade agreement with Colombia — a move that backers say will boost the U.S. economy and improve the U.S. standing in Latin America. House Republicans — who had threatened to block a pending $10 billion trade deal with South Korea if the administration didn’t move on Colombia — hailed the move. “We are ecstatic,” said Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., who just returned from a congressional trip to Colombia. “This is jobs, jobs, jobs. We have small businesses ready to g...

Report: IT infrastructure Outsourcing Rises in Colombia and Mexico

Report: IT infrastructure Outsourcing Rises in Colombia and Mexico     6 inShare   By Narayan Ammachchi Market research firm Frost and Sullivan says the Colombia’s IT infrastructure outsourcing services market is on pace to reach $309 million by 2017. “The Colombian market, especially big centers like Bogota or Medellin, are more likely to invest in outsourcing,” noted Frost & Sullivan ICT Research Analyst Bruno Tasco. “Large enterprises are beginning to understand the benefits of these business models and to trust service provider capabilities in guaranteeing availability.” The rising demand for outsourcing is prompting data centers to add dedicated storage and disaste...

Colombia Shows Signs of Becoming a Major Outsourcing Hub; Officials Condemn “Risky” Label     0 inShare   By Karina E. Cuevas Bogota employs over 30,000 people in the contact center industry Plenty of heads shook with dismay across Latin America, and particularly in Colombia, when Bogota was labeled as the riskiest outsourcing destination in the world for 2009,according to publishers of the Black Book on Outsourcing. Lots of rankings come out annually about outsourcing providers, specialty areas, regions and cities – but this particular announcement seemed to be so at odds with reality that it triggered a slew of condemnations across the Internet and raised serious questions about the methods use...
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