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Project Polo Marine - Marina

Design available for construction in Brazil or anywhere in the world.
The project consists of shops, mini-mall, hotel center in maritime.


The project has no cost and all materials included, but the architect has planned the whole idea, which makes its development viable.



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Project Polo Marine - Marina - Projeto Pólo Marítimo - Investors Hoteliers
Project Polo Marine - Marina - Projeto Pólo Marítimo - Investors Hoteliers
Project Polo Marine - Marina - Projeto Pólo Marítimo
Project Polo Marine - Marina - Projeto Pólo Marítimo
Project Polo Marine - Marina - Projeto Pólo Marítimo
Project Polo Marine - Marina - Projeto Pólo Marítimo
Project Polo Marine - Marina - Projeto Pólo Marítimo

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+ 55 28 9944-7059
Contact: Anderson - Speaking Spanish
Espírito Santo, Brazil
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Neighboring country highlights opportunities in the sectors of coal, oil, IT, services and other

The Brazilian investor is currently one of the most targeted by Colombia. With a number of advantages such as exemption from income tax regime and Free Zones, the neighboring Brazilian companies seeking to settle in their territory and produce for the local and international markets, especially due to the agreements and FTAs with the United States, Mexico, Switzerland, Canada and other countries.

Today, Colombia is the second largest destination of FDI flows (foreign direct investment) in Brazil, according to figures from Proexport Colômbia, agency responsible for promoting investment, exports and international tourism.

These opportunities are mostly concentrated in the sectors of coal, oil and natural gas, metals, chemicals and plastics, especially in oil industries, metallurgical, petrochemical and toiletries and cosmetics.

However, there are other areas where potential has been identified as: BPO, software and IT services, capital funds and building materials.

Colombia has been highlighted in studies and international benchmarks as a strong country to do business. After the financial crisis, capital flows to emerging economies have increased overall, and Colombia has become the principal venue for global investors.

Colombia seeks investments of Brazilian entrepreneurs

Colombia seeks investments of Brazilian entrepreneurs

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Major international chains launch units and old houses are converted into boutique hotels

The hotel industry follows heated in Colombia and the city of Cartagena stands out in this scenario. Major international hotel chains are investing in the "Walled City", the first six months of 2012 has received over 100,000 visitors, according to figures from Proexport Colombia.

The Sheraton brand, the American chain Starwood Hotels & Resorts, has invested about $ 90 million in the Ocean Towers construction project that has scheduled to open this year.

Already the British chain Intercontinental applied about $ 19 million to open in the city the Hotel Holiday Inn Cartagena Morros. It has also been significant foreign investment in the reform of the old houses of the Walled City, which are converted into boutique hotels.

Only in 2011, settled in town, the Radisson, Sonesta, Sheraton, Marriott, Iberostar, Meliá, Global, Royal and Intercontinental.

The current situation confirms the tourist potential of Cartagena de Indias. In 2011, the city ranked second among the most popular destinations for foreigners who were in Colombia, with a total of 177,861 visitors, according to the Migration of the country.

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Cartagena das Índias - Colômbia
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Cartagena das Índias - Colômbia
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Beach de los Morros
Cartagena das Índias - Colômbia
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Cartagena das Índias - Colômbia
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Country is one of the most attractive for investments in Latin America



Colombia has been highlighted in studies and international benchmarks as a strong country to do business. After the financial crisis, capital flows to emerging economies had an overall increase, and Colombia has become the principal venue for global investors.

Among the main reasons to invest in the country, five deserve further emphasis:

Local and international platform. In 2014, Colombia has 13 Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with 48 countries, achieving preferential access to over 1.5 billion consumers. There are also 18 international investment agreements (IIA) with 50 countries and 16 to prevent double taxation agreements (DTA) with 18 countries.

Internal market attractive. Colombia is the twenty-eighth largest economy in the world and fourth in Latin America considering the Purchasing Power Parity (PPP). It is the third country with the largest population in Latin America (twenty-fourth has the world's population and is the second largest country that speaks Spanish).

External sector dynamic and growing. In 2011, Colombia was the fifth country in the world where the fastest growing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), reaching 13.2 billion dollars. According to stock exchange of the Bank of the Republic, FDI in the first half of 2012 already totals $ 9.3 billion, which represents 70% of the total last year.

Availability of skilled labor. Colombia is the second largest country with the availability of skilled labor, with labor relations more effective and less difficult business activities in the region, according to the IMD (Institute for Management Development) in 2010. In addition, Colombia has the most productive workforce in South America, according to the report of PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2009.

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Commitment to the environment. According to Yale University, Colombia is the tenth country in the world and first in the region that protects the environment.




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