Havana, October 10 (RHC)-- Officials of the Cuban and Brazilian sugar industries began talks in Havana towards increasing technical and commercial exchanges that would raise their capacities and production possibilities.
The two-day meeting is the review of Brazilian sugar production techniques and formulas for the elaboration of such fuels as etanol, biodiesel and biomass, among other derivatives.
The conference includes representatives from 17 sugar producing companies from Brasil and ten from the Cuban AZCUBA group. Also attending the conference as guests will be representantives from the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Foreign Trade and TRANSIMPORT, an import-export group.
The Cuban Chamber of Commerce and the Brazilian Agency for the Promotion of Imports and Exports have been organizing this conference for the past few months and are also attending this two-day meeting in Havana.
Brazil is Cuba's second largest trade partner in Latin America, after Venezuela, and is among the first five on the global level.
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