The Economist: Bogota Worst City in Latin America
News from Colombia |
on: Wednesday, 10 June 2009
A new survey by The Economist has found that Colombia's capital Bogota is the least desirable city in all of Latin America to live in. Released yesterday, the new report looked at overall quality of life issues such as stability and access to health care, education and culture, as well as environmental, development and infrastructure indexes. Bogota came bottom in most areas with The Economist citing the "constant threats of violent crime" as one of the key reasons for the ranking.