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Juan Calos Giraldo Valência

Colombia Health Meeting
13 and 14 September 2012 in Lisbon

As part of strengthening the relations between Portugal and Colombia, the health sector, will take place on 13 and 14 th of November 2012, a meeting conference on opportunities for collaboration, investment and business between Colombia and Portugal.

Will attend the meeting at the invitation of the Portuguese Association APEGSAUDE Engineering and Health Management, Juan Carlos Giraldo Valencia, General Managerl of the Colombian Association of Hospitals and Clinics, expert on Colombian reality and  on the opportunities and challenges that exist in that country, which notes high rates of economic growth and improvement of standards of living.

During the visit of four days, Juan Carlos Giraldo will report on the situation of the Colombian market and investment opportunities as well as potential interest in cooperation with Portugal and is available to visit and learn about services and Portuguese products.

The meeting Colombian Health Meeting will address cultural differences and different enterprise models and ways of negotiating, exploring and highlighting the specificities, needs, and common problems whose solutions can be replicated and adapted in any country.

Fernando Regateiro that as President of the Council for Cooperation recently visited Bogotá and held contacts with Colombian companies, will moderate the meeting

It is expected that may be present in the meeting the Engineer Anacoreta Correia and Ambassador António Monteiro who participated in Future Health Conference Meeting, which took place in April in Lisbon.

It was also invited to the debate Alexandre Soares dos Santos, president of Jerónimo Martins group, that is developing its second international chain of supermarkets in Colombia, with significant investments.

Final Program
Day 11 November 2012
Arrival and Accommodation
20.00 Private Dinner
Day 12 November 2012
Social Programme and Visits Work

Day 13 November 2012
Pousada Dona Maria I, Queluz National Palace

10:00 am Reception of participants and welcome coffee
10:30 Opening
Carlos Thomas
Vice President of Europe OIPPSS Organización Iberoamericana Health Services Providers
10.45 General Conference | Roundtable
Colombia
Challenges and Opportunities
Cooperation, Investment and Business
Juan Carlos Giraldo
Asociación Colombiana of Hospitals y Clinics - Director General
11.15 Debate
Moderator
Fernando Regateiro
President of the Council for Cooperation Portugal
Final Comment

12:30 Port of Honor
13:30 Private Lunch

Thematic Sessions
16h00 - 17h30
PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS
18h00 - 19h30
FACILITIES, EQUIPMENT AND LOGISTICS

Day 14 November 2012
Pousada Dona Maria I, Queluz National Palace
Thematic Sessions
10h00 - 11h30
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
12h00 - 13h30
ORGANIZATION, TRAINING AND HUMAN RESOURCES
13:30 Private Lunch
16:00 Working Visits

Colombia's GDP has risen considerably in the last two decades,

from less than $50 billion in 1990 to nearly $288 billion in 2010, with an especially steep rise since 2003.

After all, when Americans thought about Colombia (if they did at all), the first things that likely came to mind were narco-terrorism and Pablo Escobar. They probably didn't think of a land of investment opportunity. But a lot has changed in the Latin American nation in recent years.

The government has made great strides toward combating the violence and kidnapping that made the country notoriously unsafe in the past few decades, and it has also made significant advances in weeding out institutional corruption.

Like other South American countries, Colombia is blessed with abundant natural resources. And with the fourth largest economy in Latin America, Colombia stands to gain handsomely from rising commodity prices worldwide.

Some of the country's main exports include oil, coal, coffee, and gold, and it is also the world's leading supplier of emeralds. Colombia and the U.S. have also recently finalized a free trade agreement, which should increase trade between the two countries.

The U.S. is currently Colombia's most important trade partner.

from The Street


Fernando Regateiro, President of the Council for Cooperacion | Portugal, participated in the X Congress of Colombian Hospitals and Clinics and in the II Iberoamerican Meeting of Hospital Leaders, held in Bogotá, 8 to May 11, 2012.

 

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