- 20 April, 2017
- Posted by: International Trade Hub
- Category: Press Coverage
“Colombia seeks to partner with Port Manatee to boost business”
Bradenton Herald April 20, 2017
Connecting Colombia’s agriculture companies with new ports of entry is one step in helping the country recover from a half-century of war.
Last year, the Colombian government was able to “sign a peace agreement with actually the oldest guerrilla in the hemisphere,” said Juan Camilo Barrera, agribusiness director for ProColombia, a Colombian government entity based in Miami that is tasked with promoting trade, tourism and the country’s brand.