14 Polish companies explore investment opportunities in Cuba
A Polish trade mission made up of 14 companies and headed by Poland´s undersecretary for Economic Development, Pawel Chorazy is holding a business forum on Wednesday in Havana to identify investment opportunities in the areas of pharmaceuticals, food, renewable energy and agricultural machinery.
According to the Cuban Chamber of Commerce, during the forum underway at Havana´s National Hotel, Cuban and Polish companies are presenting their products and services in bilateral meetings.
Cuba is now involved in diversifying its trade relations and attracting foreign investment to particularly develop 12 key economic sectors, as part of the ongoing update of Cuban economy. In this regard, the island has launched a business portfolio offering 326 projects estimated at an 8 billion-dollar investment.
A major attraction for foreign investors is the Special Development Zone in the western Mariel Harbor, which is expected to become the island´s main door to foreign trade.