27 de enero de 2021

Cuban companies materialize on non-state sector exports

Cuban company Frutas Selectas exported Persian limes produced by a Cuban farmer to Spain, the Ministry of Foreign Trade and  Investment reported on Wednesday.
The general director of Foreign Trade of the institution, Vivian Herrera, confirmed on Twitter that other deliveries are enlisted from private workers, cooperatives and other forms of non-State management prepared for sales abroad.

Since July, the Cuban government announced the possibility of the private sector joining the export of services and products to defuse the current economic crisis derived from the COVID-19 pandemic and the tightening of the US blockade.

There are 37 Cuban State companies empowered to facilitate the purchase and sale of merchandise in foreign markets.

Recent data indicate that 40 percent of exports of goods in Cuba are generated by the agricultural sector, but according to the authorities, it is necessary to work to obtain better results.

On Tuesday, the Cuban company Quimimport signed contracts with a score of farmers to import fertilizers that could help export agricultural products.

(Taken from Prensa Latina)

Translated by Yeney Pérez Corona

Editora en idioma inglés del sitio web de Radio Ciudad del Mar.

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