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by Aldo-Ivan Valdes, Mexico Sep 14, 2008
Environment , Health   Opinions


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Aldo-Ivan Valdes

My name is Aldo Ivan, I just graduated from University (College), I hold a bachelor degree in international commerce, and I`m currently working in a german company in the logistics area. Almost all of my life I have been in Mexico, but I study one year of high school in the United States, and I was an exchange student in France during the University. I like to travel and know new cultures and meet people from everywhere. I`m really interested on fair trade, economics, climate change, politics, and integration among persons and communities. I consider myself as a world citizen.
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