Havana, Jul 15 (Prensa Latina) The Cuba-Mexico Business Forum concluded today with the signing of 12 documents between Mexican and Cuban companies in the textile, food, information technology, renewable energy, culture and environmental services, professionals and academics exchange.
The signing of the letters of intent and cooperation agreements were in charge of the Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Marmierca and the Undersecretary of Industry and Commerce of Mexico, Héctor Guerrero.
Businessmen from both nations held business rounds at the Hotel Nacional headquarters for two days and analyzed the opportunities to expand economic, commercial and financial relations.
The meeting was attended by representatives of some 80 Mexican companies and 150 from Cuba and discussed possible economic and commercial links, in the branches of agribusiness, biopharmaceutical and medical services, energy, transportation, tourism and creative and artistic industries.
The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, attended the inauguration, where Guerrero conveyed to Cuba an affectionate and warm greeting from the president of his country, Andrés López Obrador.