The Hague, Nederlands.- A delegation from the Mariel Special Development Zone (MSDZ) visited the Netherlands to explore new business opportunities, the Cuban embassy in this European nation reported.
During the stay, Oscar Pérez-Oliva Fraga, MSDZ’s Business Assessment Director, and legal advisor, Yohana De León García, met with Dutch peers with whom possible business areas have been identified, as well as as with entities that are already established.
The Cuban representatives were also received by Guido Landheer, Deputy Director-General for Foreign Economic Relations at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to the statement, the working program developed in three Dutch cities allowed to verify the business development and technological progress proposed by the companies visited.
The Cuban delegation explained the many opportunities offered by MSDZ, which currently has 34 approved projects, from 15 countries.
In case of Netherlands, two companies are already established in the Zone and both sides continue to identify new opportunities to increase their presence in this relevant area of sustainable development in the Caribbean nation.