Hanoi, September 4 (PL-RHC) -- Cuban Foreign Trade and Investment Minister Rodrigo Malmierca displayed in Hanoi the legal, economic and working conditions and advantages for investors in his country in an environment of safe security.
Malmierca delivered a seminar on investment opportunities in Cuba to about one hundred Vietnamese state-run and private company representatives and highlighted the Foreign Investment Law enacted by the Cuban Congress in April as one of the major political actions within the country's economic model.
The Cuban minister pointed to opportunities in different industries -- such as food, sugar, biotechnology, energy, mining, transport, construction, tourism, and the trade and health sectors.
The Cuban official focused on the legal structure created, current infrastructure, political and social stability, high educational level of human resources, security for foreign investors and visitors, excellent geographical location, priority to innovation and internal market access.
Janet Vázquez, Deputy Director of the Mariel Special Economic Development Zone, pointed out the perspectives and benefits of participating in this important economic project. She noted that a modern port recently opened and other works are currently being implemented to speed up investments.
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