Spain ready to compete with the US in Cuba
Spanish companies are interested in operating in Cuba and are not afraid of competition from US firms that come from the hand of a thaw between the island and Washington, said on Tuesday Jose Manuel Soria, the Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism of Spain.
The minister assured that the renewed relations between Cuba and the United States will not affect Spanish companies already settled on the island, many of them for decades.
"Competition is inherently good... helps us to be better," Soria said. "We do not have any fear. The Spanish companies are accustomed to compete."