Camagüey City,- Exports are giving signs of a good evolution process in the province since features reach 33 million US dollars until this November. However, there are still many things to do, even in the sugar and food production sectors, the ones with the most outstanding amount regarding exports totals.
The subject was part of the annual report presented by DrSc. Eduardo Cueto Ible, President of Camagüey-Ciego de Ávila Chamber of Commerce.
The local branch of the Cuba Chamber of Commerce has 45 associated enterprises but the odds indicate the number is meant to increase.
Besides exporting sugar, the region also operates honey, citrus fruits, vegetable coal, lobster, shrimp, mollusks as well as delicious Tínima malt.
The territory has saved around three million US dollars by saving importations, a strategy meant to be enhanced in the future.
The representation of the local Chamber of Commerce has promoted several courses in the current year about marketing, how to create a business file, local development and enterprise image.
Mr. Cueto affirmed that this meeting was the result of a whole year of intense work, just a few months after the settlement of the policy approved in the Sixth Congress of the Communist Party.
Translated by Luis Viamontes for Adelante Online