Cuba hopes to attract more foreign investment in its largest commercial exchange, the International Fair of Havana (FIHAV) that will celebrate its 37th edition in November.
On Tuesday, the Director General of Foreign Investment of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Déborah Rivas, presented the IV Investment Forum that will be part of FIHAV, scheduled between November 4 and 8.
In front of businessmen, diplomatic corps, national and foreign press, Rivas relied on the potential of the Forum to contribute to the attraction of foreign capital; and to increase contacts between companies interested in investing in Cuba, especially in the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM).
The Investment Forum has an online platform (http://foroinversiones.mincex.gob.cu/) where interested parties can register. It is housed in the institutional site of the Havana Fair.
FIHAV brought together some 2,500 entrepreneurs from more than 60 nations last year, with Spain being the most represented foreign country.