Stagnant growth and falling commodity prices are themes for those participating in the world economic forum in the Colombian city of Medellin. For a long time, the city was a symbol of the famous drug cartel. The city has come a long way since then.
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Once notorious for its drug business, Medellin in Colombia now hosts the regional World Economic Forum on Latin America. The 500 high-level participants are experiencing a city that has reinvented itself.
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