Events

December 10, 2018

Britcham Lazos Prizegiving Ceremony 2018

The Chamber celebrated the eleventh year of our Britcham Lazos prize for corporate social responsibility with a prizegiving ceremony and networking occasion. This very special event […]
November 14, 2018

Reficar, Latin America’s most modern refinery

Cartagena Refinery’s design and its environmentally friendly, high-tech operation make it one of the most modern refineries in Latin America. A group of businessmen together with […]
November 14, 2018

Learn From the Masters with Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alberto Carrasquilla

The Colombian British Chamber of Commerce invites you to our next Learn From the Masters event, where Colombian Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alberto Carrasquilla,  will give […]
November 14, 2018

Palmira, Energy for Peace!

The Chamber visited the Palmira municipality in Valle del Cauca, the location of Grupo Energía Bogotá’s demining project. The “Energy for Peace” program is being implemented […]
November 14, 2018

A new school for the Ancurá community, from Amerisur Resources

The Colombian British Chamber of Commerce’s Executive Director, Patricia Tovar, visited Ancurá village in the municipality of Puerto Asís, where the company Amerisur Resources PLC has […]
November 14, 2018

Visit to Amerisur Resources’ CSR Program

Patricia Tovar, Executive Director of the Colombian British Chamber of Commerce, this week visited the Sustainability Program which Amerisur Resources PLC is carrying out in Putumayo. […]



Negotiation of the 'brexit': no clear advances and with great blockages

The departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union continues its countdown to March 2019 without any progress that would allow them to begin to negotiate the future relationship between this country and the great economic bloc. The European Union requires three commitments to London before beginning to negotiate the future relationship: the payment of an 'invoice' of exit to face the financial commitments of the United Kingdom as a member of the EU, that the current legal status of the 3.2 million Europeans living in British lands, and an agreement on the Northern Irish border that does not jeopardize the peace agreements that ended terrorism in Northern Ireland.

 

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