The Rabo Commercial Bank is one of the largest commercial banks in the world and it is located in Chino, a city in southern Colombia.
It is one among a number of financial institutions operating in Colombia, the world’s second largest economy after the United States.
It was set up in 2011 to help Colombian citizens, especially those living in the southern part of the country, with bank services and mortgages.
The bank has a network of over 400 branches across Colombia, as well as a national branch in Bogota.
In 2012, it began lending money to the government of the Bolivian capital, Bogota, and its bank customers in exchange for food, rent and other goods.
The move was controversial in Colombia as many people were not allowed to withdraw cash from the bank.
The local government of Bogota and the Colombian president, Juan Manuel Santos, both criticised the bank, arguing it was undermining local economic activity.
It also faced criticism from the European Union for allegedly breaking international law.
At the time, the government announced the creation of a new bank, the Chino Commercial Bank, and said it was seeking the approval of the Colombian government.
The president, who is a close ally of the Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez, said the bank would be the country’s “only commercial bank in the region”.
Chino is located on Colombia’s Pacific coast, and it has a population of about 1.6 million.
The government announced plans to build a new international airport, a major construction project and the expansion of the city’s metro system.
It will also invest $8bn in education and infrastructure projects.
The Venezuelan president has said he was pleased by the plan and said the government hoped to invest in the countrys economy.
“It is an important development that will bring prosperity to the entire country,” Mr Chavez said in a statement.
Colombia’s government has also said it plans to use the new bank to provide services to poor people and children.
But some people have questioned whether the move is necessary, given that the bank has been accused of operating outside the law.
“This is a huge step forward in a country where there are only two banks, the Rabo and the Chico, and there is no government agency that can regulate them,” said Gustavo Gonzalez, a member of Colombia’s National Assembly.
The government also said that the new commercial bank would help poor people in Colombia who had no access to the existing banking system. “
They are doing what is normal and they are using money they have to make ends meet.”
The government also said that the new commercial bank would help poor people in Colombia who had no access to the existing banking system.
“These are people who live in poverty and they cannot access their money because there is a lack of money,” said Jorge Ochoa, a lawmaker for the governing People’s Democratic Alliance (UDN-P).
“We have to take into account the fact that people living in poverty are the ones who have to work, so they are very vulnerable to this kind of situation.”
A spokesman for the government in Bogoya, who declined to be named, told the AFP news agency the bank was operating in a “non-commercial manner”.
The bank is a subsidiary of the state-owned bank Banco de Colombia, which is owned by Venezuela’s state oil company, PDVSA.
The banking industry has been a concern for the Colombian authorities for years, with corruption charges against executives and a crackdown on money laundering and drug trafficking being made in recent years.
But the bank is the first of its kind to operate in Colombia.
According to a Reuters investigation, the bank’s activities have been shrouded in secrecy, including from the Colombian public.
The investigation found that in the past two years, the state had made more than $500m in illegal donations to the bank and had been involved in other shady deals.
The latest allegations come just days after the Colombian state announced a new initiative to reform the country.