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Former U.N. Ambassador to Speak in Utah

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Former U.N. ambassador John Bolton will be the main speaker at Zions Bank's international trade and business conference in May.

Bolton will speak about the political risks businesses may face when negotiating with clients in unstable countries.

Bolton served as the Bush administration's ambassador to the U.N. for 16 months until he resigned in December. Bolton was a critic of the U.N. and was opposed by Democrats and some Republicans for being too confrontational.


Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune

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