Cuba and Japan interested in relaunching economic cooperation
Cuban and Japanese entrepreneurs are identifying business opportunities that will strengthen and expand cooperation in key sectors for economic development of the island, such as agriculture, energy and health.
The exchange between government representatives and companies of both countries is the first Meeting of the Public-Private Joint Committee, mechanism created this year in connection with the visit of Fumio Kishida, Japan's Foreign Minister to Cuba, who confirmed his country's interest in relaunching relations with this Caribbean market.
In the first meeting of the Binational Committee, the parties will discuss the condition of the projects and joint ventures, their main problems and potential, in order to develop an agenda for more effective and diverse cooperation.
The participation for the first time of Japan at the recent 33rd International Fair of Havana is a sample of the interest in promoting economic ties.