Paris – HAVANA, May 22 Cuban ambassador in France, Héctor Igarza, presented to 70 members of the Maxim Business Club (MBC) open investment opportunities in several priority sectors of the Cuban economy.
During a forum with French business men, Igarza carefully explained all the facilities offered by the Special Development Area Mariel, opened at the beginning of 2014. This zone, located in the port with the same name 60 kilometers west of Havana, is thought to be the main entrance and exit door of the Cuban foreign trade.
Related to this project, the sectors of renewable energy, biotechnology, property line, pharmaceutical and agri-food industries, and tourism. In addition, there will be installed one of the largest and more modern container terminal in that region.
At the event, the diplomat also talked about the new Foreign Investment Law, which stimulates the development of different types of partnerships with the Caribbean nation. Introducing the debate, Prince Jean Poniatowski, one of the founders of the club in 1968, mentioned three recent visits to Havana by the French Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius, and Secretary of State for Foreign Trade and Tourism, Fleur Pellerin.
The Maxim Business Club gathers 850 members based in Paris and Geneva, Switzerland.(Prensa Latina)