Mexican entrepreneurs prepare a business mission to Cuba
Jose Calzada, Mexican Minister of Agriculture, Ranching, Rural Development, Fishing and Food, announced for November 26 to 28 a working visit to Cuba heading a business mission following a cooperation accord signed with Cuba´s Food minister Maria del Carmen Concepción.
The two ministers penned the accord in Merida during the recent official visit paid to Mexico by Cuban President Raul Castro.
Mexico exports food products to Cuba for some 74 million dollars, while there is large potential to diversify agricultural exports to the island said the high-level official.
Minister Calzada said that Mexican entrepreneurs are interested in investing in Cuba, therefore the upcoming mission will contribute to a closer relationship between Cuban and Mexican industries.