Dear Madams and Sirs:
It is an honor to invite you to participate in the First Edition of the Cuba 2020 Business Forum, which will be held virtually on December 8 and 9 of this year, with the aim of continuing to promote foreign trade and investments for Sustainable Development.
Within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, this event provides a space for exchange between national and foreign entrepreneurs, government representatives, Chambers of Commerce, Trade and Investment Promotion Agencies, and other participants.
The Cuba 2020 Business Forum is an opportunity to learn about Cuba’s main export products, business opportunities, and the Island’s new facilities for foreign trade and investment. Upon prior registration on the Forum’s website, work meetings with national entrepreneurs can be arranged and successful business experiences can be exchanged.
The registration also allows interaction in virtual spaces of discussions with the main Cuban executives related with the external sector of economic. Join us at the Cuba 2020 Business Forum on the website www.foroempresarial.mincex.gob.cu
We are looking forward to seeing you.
Cuban foreign-trade oriented firms will take part in the 2020 Cuba Business Forum.
For information on these firms, visit the section “EXHIBITORS”.
Arrange meetings with the Cuban counterparts of your interest.
The 2020 Cuba Business Forum will be an online event attended by representatives of all the sectors of the Cuban economy.
Sponsored by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Investment, and supported by its Center for the Promotion of International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment (“ProCuba”) and the Cuban Chamber of Commerce, the 2020 Cuba Business Forum will be held online next December 8-9, 2020.
Don’t miss it!
Create a personalized calendar of events for the virtual Cuba 2020 Business Forum and register appointments with accredited exhibitors and visitors.
Cuba maintains economic-commercial relations with more than 150 countries in the world.
Asia and Oceania’s main trading partners: China, Vietnam, Indonesia, South Korea and India.
Main trade partners of Africa and the Middle East: Angola, Algeria, South Africa, Mozambique and Gambia
Trade relations with Canada and the United States
Main trade partners of Latin America and the Caribbean: Venezuela, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Panama
Europe’s main trading partners: Spain, Russia, France, Italy and Germany
Cuba has more than a thousand export items, which are at different levels of development.
There are more than 700 consolidated products, 347 products under development and 126 under development.
The main ones are: sugar, rum, seafood, nickel and other mining products, charcoal, honey, biopharmaceutical products, tobacco, medical services, educational services, telecommunications services, tourism, information technology services, cultural services, sports services
PROJECTS WITH FOREIGN INVESTMENT ARE IN CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE NEW ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL STRATEGY TO BOOST THE ECONOMY. THEY MAINTAIN ALIGNMENT WITH THE STRATEGIC AXES AND SECTORS IDENTIFIED IN THE BASES OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO 2030.
TO DATE, 286 BUSINESSES WITH FOREIGN INVESTMENT HAVE BEEN CONSTITUTED, OF WHICH 43 RESIDE IN THE MARIEL SPECIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE (ZEDM).
There are more than 300 foreign trade contracts signed with Non-state businesses in Cuba.
Export contracts: 20
Import contracts: 317