Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Studies, 1530-1900.

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There are often yachts that will shuttle you between Colombia and Panama and offer a stop in the gorgeous San Blas islands. In 2009, while world GDP decreased by 2 percent, the Colombian economy grew by 1.5 percent. It had such a variety of experiences to offer, the colour, music, the many different and dramatic archaeological sites and political history. In 1993, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Bolivia achieved a customs union, with free trade between the four countries under the auspices of the Andean Pact.

Pages: 1296

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press (April 15, 2008)

ISBN: 0806199636

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