HAVANA,May 23th (PL) A Cuban trade mission composed of representatives from 33 major companies interested in importing, exporting and establish business relations, today began a visit to the Dominican Republic.
The agenda starts with a seminar organized by the Center for Export and Investment of the Dominican Republic (CEI-RD) which involves entrepreneurs and representatives of the domestic production, economic groups and potential investors.
The visitÂ�s program includes business rounds scheduled for tomorrow, while on Wednesday activities will move to the city of Santiago de los Caballeros, where entrepreneurs of the Dominican north will also have the opportunity to participate.
The director of CEI-RD, Jean Rodriguez, explained that the initiative is part of the agreements signed bilateral cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba last year and is supported by the Agency for Development Caribberan Export and Cuban embassy.
The director of CEI-RD, Jean Rodriguez, explained that the initiative is part of the bilateral cooperation agreements signed with the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba last year and is supported by the Agency for Development Caribbean Export and the Cuban embassy.
Among the 33 Cuban companies visiting the country are some linked to the sectors of industry, construction, agriculture and services, as well as companies related to the areas of health, pharmaceutical and biotechnology.
The arrival of representatives of Cuban companies to Dominican Republic was preceded by the trip last April of a Dominican business mission of 43 members to Havana for exploring the opportunities offered by the Cuban economy.