Quintana Roo to start commercial talks with Cuba
A group of entrepreneurs from the Mexican state of Quintana Roo will travel to Cuba to assess potential investments in a near future.
The delegation of ProMéxico Quintana Roo will lead the first trade mission to Cuba. It is made up by five state enterprises focused on hotel procurement, finished goods, information technology, aeronautical services and a producer of Persian limes.
The trade mission will include business meetings with potential buyers, consulting on issues of international trade and transportation funding for participating companies.
Sergio Riveroll Andapia, director of ProMéxico Quintana Roo, said this trade mission and participation at the fair in Havana comes in the wake of the interest of Mexican entrepreneurs to venture into the island, after it became known that two national companies were the first authorized by the Cuban government to invest in the Special Development Zone of Mariel.
Along with the five companies participating in the trade mission later this month, there are other companies on the waiting list related to industrialized foods and chemicals, as well as Mexican companies specialized in ferry operations to transport cargo and passengers.