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17 Dec. 2014 Colombia's Robust Domestic Demand is Limiting the Oil Price Hit

By Andres Abadia

Colombia is more vulnerable to falling oil prices than most other LatAm economies. That's why the COP has dropped by 20% since June, outpaced only by the rouble, which has problems beyond falling oil prices.

Posted: 17th Dec 2014 in 'Latin America Documents'

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