After months of speculation, Ambassador Audrey Marks will be leaving for Washington, DC, to take up her assignment as the island's chief envoy there come Saturday.

This will be her second posting in the United States capital.

Marks will hit the ground running as she seeks to execute investment projects which, she told The Gleaner, had been poised to take off when the previous JLP government lost the 2011 general election.

The JLP was returned to office in February of this year.

 

Read more at http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead-stories/20160905/ambassador-mark...

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