A series of meetings between MSMEs and the Diplomatic Corps accredited in Cuba has been taking place since last September with the aim of optimizing the internationalization processes of the new economic actors that have gradually and steadily been inserted in the country’s business network.
Organized by the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic, this Wednesday’s meeting was attended by representatives of the Embassies of the Asian region, including Japan, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Vietnam and Malaysia.
It was also attended by officials from MINREX, MINCEX, MEP and a group of companies from the agri-food, industry, construction, transportation and services sectors, among others.
These spaces are provided by the Chamber to inform diplomats about the activities carried out by companies from different sectors, and encourage the search for business and investment opportunities, as well as the identification of sources of financing for projects that contribute directly to the economic development of the Island.
The Asian market is a source of supply of raw materials and equipment that are in high demand internationally due to their quality/price ratio, and there is currently a high potential for new economic players to associate with foreign capital, as well as other investment options in accordance with current legislation.