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International Course on Corruption Prevention Held in Havana
Representatives of several Latin American countries are attending a course in Havana to learn about the Cuban experience in auditing and preventing corruption.

Delegates from Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama and Venezuela visited the National Hotel where they were received by its general manager Antonio Martinez and its direction board, who explained how internal control legislation and prevention plans are observed in the institution.

Likewise, some of the participants in the course, which was organized by Cuba's Audit and Control Ministry (MAC), appreciated the broad information received and congratulated the staff of the National Hotel for their work in defense of moral values, the sincerity when putting forward the problems, and also for the human capital and the open opportunities for young people.

The National Hotel has an annual income of some 20 million dollars,
with around 600 workers. The quality of its services makes it a model for Cuban tourism.

The course that started Monday Dec 10 to conclude this Friday is part of MAC's training program. Havana was selected as its venue by the Regional Training Committee of the Latin American and Caribbean Superior Oversight Entity.


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