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Colombia invites Japan to be full member of Pacific Alliance

Vice president sees growing interest around Asia in trade pacts with Latin America

Marta Lucia Ramirez, Colombia's vice president and foreign minister, spoke with Nikkei Asia in Tokyo on Nov. 7. (Photo by Rurika Imahashi)

TOKYO -- Colombia's vice president has called on Japan to join the Pacific Alliance, a four-member Latin American trade bloc that aims to expand exports to Asia.

"We would like Japan to become a full member of the alliance," Marta Lucia Ramirez, the Republic of Colombia's vice president and foreign minister told Nikkei Asia.

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