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Bright Future

By Mercy Ramos

Founded sixteen years ago, Transconsul is a legal consultancy that today enjoys great prestige in the country for the efficiency, effectiveness and quality of the services it offers to its national and international clients particularly in the realm of transport law.

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Efficiency at Work

Although only founded four years ago Envametal brings together more than half a century of experience in metal container and receptacle production and is a model of efficiency and quality.

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A Bright Future

By Mercy Ramos, Photos: Courtesy of Horizonte Constructora

Founded four years ago, building company Horizonte Constructora is an example of the new forms of productive organizations springing up in Cuba. TO date its results have been highly satisfying, in the opinion of its president Leonardo Almaguer González.

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SERVISA S. A. for all preferences

By Mercy Ramos, Photos: Courtesy of Horizonte Constructora

SERVISA S.A. manages support services for the Cuban tourist sector and tailors its product portfolio to the demands of the markets it serves. One of its fundamental business lines is food production.

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Canada Cuba Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Canada-Cuba (CCICC), established in 2015, is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping Canadian companies doing business or wanting to do business with the Republic of Cuba. Our head office is in Quebec and we currently have more than 130 members based in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and New Brunswick.

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Cuban Tourism: New Business Opportunities

Text and photos: Publicitur

Cuba is considered the greatest of the Antilles and its tourist industry’s unique selling points include the hospitality of its people, its exceptional natural attractions, a singular historical heritage and a prolific artistic and cultural scene, as well as unique well-developed healthcare provision plus political stability and personal safety for tourists.

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Broad Cuban Business Portfolio for Foreign Investors

By María Julia Mayoral, Photos: Prensa Latina

Cuba’s Economy and Planning Minister Ricardo Cabrisas has announced that Cuba will shortly present its updated portfolio of business opportunities for foreign investment, encompassing more than 450 projects.

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Clean Energy Open to Foreign Investment

By María Julia Mayoral

Cuba’s Minister of Energy and Mines Alfredo López Valdés has stated that investments envisaged in the Cuban renewable energy sector between now and 2030 will cover the installation of bioelectrical plants generating 755-megawatt (MW) based on the present potential of 22 sugarcane mills.

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Pabexpo, role in Cuba´s economic development

By Mercy Ramos Photos: José Tito Meriño

In an exclusive interview with CubaPlus magazine, Abraham Maciques, Palco Group’s president, provided an overview on how the idea came about to build exhibition grounds that would enable the Island not only to hold commercial fairs but also be a source of income, both of which the country needed.

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A Bright Future for Cuba-Canada Relations


The meeting between Cuban President Raúl Castro and the Premier of the Canadian Province of Quebec, Philippe Couillard, endorsed the willingness to open up new horizons in bilateral economic and trade relations and showed mutual contentment with the current state of relations. On an official two day visit to the Island, Couillard expressed his satisfaction with the positive ties between the countries, especially with the province of Quebec, as well as the objective of further developing them in several spheres.

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Servisa, Guaranteed Cuban Tourism

Text and Photos: SERVISA archives

SERVISA S.A. is a company belonging to the Cuban Ministry of Tourism, designed to provide support services through a number of activities that ensure a sustainable Cuban tourist product and guarantee full customer satisfaction.

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Cuban Nickel Industry, Investment and Competitiveness

By: María Julia Mayoral, Photos: Prensa Latina

The Cuban nickel industry is currently receiving an injection of heavy investment focused on minimizing production costs in particular through reducing energy use, in the face of international competition.

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