Economy

Aviation in Latin America has a future, but its weakness is the infrastructure

Cerdá hopes that some countries in the region will reach the level of 2019 this year. Aviation in the region has a promising future, but also a weakness, which is its airport infrastructure and access to it, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). At many airports in the region “we were already facing capacity constraints before the health crisis hit, and as we now…
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How to prevent companies from over-indebting?

Understanding, consulting and taking care of your credit score is one of the fundamental points to avoid over-indebtedness. Photo: Pixabay One of the elements to take into account and keep the finances of a company stable is the decision to go into debt, a path that in many cases is unavoidable, since it will be the way to continue with the normal operation or growth of any company. The main…
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Strikes affect air transport in Europe and British railways

Ryanair airline employees from five countries (Spain, Italy, France, Portugal and Belgium) coordinated a strike this weekend. Photo: AFP Agency Tens of thousands of British rail workers have struck for the third day this week to demand pay rises to tackle inflation, which…
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“Happy”, Diego Guarnizo's collection in Colombiamoda and more fashion news of the week

Diego Guarnizo Collection in Colombiamoda. / Inexfashion Photo: Inexmoda The countdown begins for the 2022 edition of Colombiamoda + Colombiatex, which will take place between July 25 and 28 in Medellín, and the organization begins to announce the grill of designers who will present their creations, such as Diego Guarnizo and his catwalk “Feliza ” with which it seeks to rescue…
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Economy

“EasyFly is the airline of the regions”: Alfonso Ávila

This week, the company inaugurated regular commercial air transport in Boyacá. Photo: Easyfly Air transport continues to reactivate. Andrés Uribe, manager of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for Colombia, points out that the country “has led the…
Economy

Ecopetrol shares recovered this Friday part of the losses of the week

Reference Photo / Getty Images Photo: Malte Mueller The Colombian Stock Exchange recovered this Friday, after three consecutive days of falls, especially on Tuesday when the first day was held after the results of the presidential elections that left Gustavo Petro as the winner. For this June 24, the MSCI Colcap index rose 2.03% and stood at 1,365.96 points, while on Thursday it was at 1,338.83…
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