Why Colombia is still one of the world’s best-dressed countries
The capital of Colombia, Bogota, has been ranked the best-dresser country in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), an organization that measures the state of the fashion industry.
The EIU’s survey found that Bogota ranked in the top 10 among 176 countries for the number of fashion designers, including designers from around the world.
Colombia’s dressers are often seen in the media and in social media wearing bright, colorful outfits that are often part of their looks.
Colombia also ranks among the best places to be when it comes to living standards and income, according to the EIU.
The survey also found that Colombian restaurants were ranked among the top five most livable restaurants in the country.
While there are many restaurants in Colombia, the most popular ones are known for their Mediterranean style cuisine, said Alejandro de Jesus Santos, the ESU’s deputy director of research and economic analysis.
The report said Bogota is among the most cosmopolitan cities in the Americas, and the best place to live in Colombia for a person who has never lived in a city.
“People have a strong interest in being cosmopolitan and it has been one of our strengths in Colombia,” Santos said.
The Economist Intelligence Group ranked Colombia as the second-most cosmopolitan country in South America, behind Brazil, in 2018.
According to the report, the economic benefits of cosmopolitan living are greater than the cost of living.
In Colombia, residents enjoy better access to health care, education, recreation and culture, as well as an array of local foods, Santos said in a statement.
Colombia is the second largest producer of coca leaf in the hemisphere after Peru.
It also has the largest economy in South American.
Colombia has had a reputation for high crime rates.
According the ELU, there were 5.9 million violent crimes reported in the nation in 2017, compared to 1.9 billion reported in all of South America.
That was the highest rate in South and Central America.
But the EGU says that crime rates in Colombia have dropped significantly over the past five years.
In 2016, there was only a 6.5 percent decrease in the number and percentage of violent crimes, the report found.
Santos says that the EPUV is a new organization that focuses on social and economic issues.
It is funded by the U.S. government, but Santos said the EBU is funded entirely by the private sector, including the businesses.
The group is a partnership between the Ecuadorean government and the Colombian government.
In the past, the U-20 World Cup soccer tournament in Colombia was hosted by Colombia, and Colombia hosted the U20 World Championship in 2018, Santos told the AP.
The event, which was sponsored by PepsiCo, has a capacity of 8,000 spectators.