The Colombian economy has shown a strong performance between 2010 and 2014, with an average GDP growth of 4.8 percent per year, before dropping in 2015. This slump of the country’s GDP growth rate can consequently be observed in its GDP per capita, which also slumped to its lowest value in years in 2016. It is, however, expected to recover until 2020. Colombia's unemployment rate, however, seems more or less unaffected and continues to decrease after a slight uptick during the crisis.
The services sector is the most important one when it comes to contributing to Colombia's GDP, followed by the industry sector. Together, they accounted for more than 90 percent of the country’s GDP in 2015. Although agriculture is an important sector for Colombians, it hardly contributes to the country's overall economy.
A 2017 Statista survey found that Colombian products are especially well-liked in Latin American and Asian countries, their best feature being "very good value for money". In 2016, Colombia imported goods worth more than 44 billion U.S. dollars and exported goods worth approximately 31 billion U.S. dollars. Its most important trade partner for import and export are the United States.