Major Boost to Petrohouses in Ciego de Ávila, Cuba
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- 01 / 12 / 2009
Manufactured with a mixture of vinyl polychloride (PVC), the structures stand out for their beauty, comfort, durability and resistance to salt residue and other atmospheric phenomena.
The novel technology, from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is also used with good results in settlements of other Cuban regions severely damaged by the hurricanes Gustav and Ike.
In the aforementioned municipality of the Cuba’s central region is also taking place an endogenous development project related to the programs of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA) to be implemented in Cuba.
The project aims at the refurbishment and improvement of the agrarian production infrastructure, whose results are intended to benefit a population of 27 324 inhabitants.
The Venezuela municipality is located some 450 kilometers east of Havana; it is a highly agricultural territory, where cane of sugar, roots, vegetables and pineapple are grown besides a wide variety of cattle raising.