The meeting takes place on occasion of the three-day visit to the island of Lord Hutton, co-president of Iniciativa Cuba, a British-Cuban project aimed at promoting exchanges and the relationship between London and Havana.

According to a statement by the organizers of this Forum, participants examine business potentialities and investments in sectors such as energy, mining, tourism, biotechnology, agriculture, goods production, transportation, and industry.

The president of the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba (CCC), Orlando Guillen, as well as Lord Hutton, will talk to the participants in the opening ceremony of this managerial event. A speech by an official from the Ministry for Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, and lecture on Cuban economy, by professor Juan Triana, are also on the list.

The program also includes exhibitions on investment opportunities and its regulatory framework, and doing business in Cuba.

We receive enthusiastically the presence of this important delegation of British business people, particularly, in the current context in which Cuba is renewing efforts to attract foreign investment, United Kingdom ambassador Tim Cole said on occasion of this visit.

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