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The Colombian government is preparing a fintech initiative to enable access to technologies

September 7, 2020

The Colombian government is preparing a fintech initiative to enable access to technologiesAccording to President Iván Duque at the opening of the Andicom International Congress on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). This was reported by Colombia Fintech on September 6th.

The aim is to focus on financial inclusionas stated by the first President of Colombia.

On the other hand, as published by Colombia Fintech, President Duque said a funding and incubation program has opened. The idea is that technology-based companies pay no income tax for the first six years, depending on a minimum of investments and jobs.

The Colombian government is preparing a fintech initiative to enable access to technologiesThe Colombian government is preparing a fintech initiative to enable access to technologies

“Furthermore, The government opened the center of the fourth industrial revolution, whose operations are located in the Ruta N facilities in Medellín ”, highlighted in the article by Colombia Fintech.

They noticed that too The economic reactivation is being worked on with 17 digital megaprojects. These projects are expected to impact subsectors such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.

“In the past few days The Ministry of Commerce launched eight strategies to drive the recovery of the productive sector through innovation, including the implementation of Free Zones 4.0, a logistics concept for foreign trade”, You specified.

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