TITLE

COLOMBIA DEFENCE & SECURITY REPORT

PUB. DATE
July 2013
SOURCE
Colombia Defence & Security Report;2013 3rd Quarter, Issue 3, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Industry Profile
DOC. TYPE
Industry Report
ABSTRACT
The article provides data and 10-year forecasts until 2017 for defence and security industry in Colombia. It states that the government continues financing its campaign against criminal gangs and insurgent organisations involved in the production and trafficking of narcotics. It says that the attacks of the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) brought negative effect to critical national infrastructure. Moreover, one of the criminal gangs disrupted the economic activity in 2012.
ACCESSION #
87590034

 

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