Cristina Fernández de Kirchner went from First Lady to the first lady President of Argentina. She has ample experience too - serving as senior advisor to her husband, President Nestor Kirchner, for four years, and other elected positions in the last 20 years. Both have been credited with keeping Argentia afloat as the country faced complete economic collapse with its $100 billion debt. It's an unusual combo, husband and wife that is, running the country back to back.
In 1998, four agreements were signed in Buenos Aires by Newfoundland and Labrador companies during the Team Canada Trade Mission to South America.