The Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Cuba commemorated today, with the cancellation of a postage stamp, the 60th anniversary of its founding as an institution promoting the development of Cuban associated enterprises.
Through Twitter, the Chamber reported that the ceremony was attended by the president of that entity, Antonio Carricarte, as well as the Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca, and the Deputy Minister of Communications, Grisel Reyes.
In another message, the institution pointed out that on this date, it made a recognition to the workers who have been working in it for more than 10 years.
Since last December, the Chamber of Commerce has been holding its territorial assemblies, in which directors and officials evaluate with the national businessmen the results of the work carried out during the year and the projections for the next five years.
Particularly, issues related to the fulfillment of the plans of the associated entities, the optimal use of potentialities to export goods and services, and the productive chaining with the economic actors for the sake of local development and import substitution have been discussed.
According to the Chamber’s website, it works to represent the associated business sector and contribute to the development of commercial activity in compliance with the regulations in force in Cuba.