Taking the Colombia trade deal to the next level

With the Canada-Colombia free trade agreement signed and on its way to being implemented, the hardest part may be over. But the Latin American country's new ambassador isn't about to sit back and enjoy the fruits of her predecessor's labour.

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New Colombian Ambassador Clemencia Forero Ucros recently served as her country’s foreign affairs deputy minister.
Anca Gurzu
Published: Wednesday, 02/09/2011 12:00 am EST
Last Updated: Thursday, 02/21/2013 6:17 pm EST

With the Canada-Colombia free trade agreement signed and on its way to being implemented, the hardest part may be over. But the Latin American country's new ambassador isn't about to sit back and enjoy the fruits of her predecessor's labour.

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