HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 7 (ACN) Cuba and Mozambique signed a Memorandum of Cooperation establishing a new legal framework to boost economic, trade and investment relations between the two nations' chambers of commerce.
The agreement was formalized during a virtual meeting attended by the Presidents of the Chambers of Commerce of Cuba, Antonio Carricarte Corona, and Mozambique, Juliao Dimande, according to a joint diplomatic statement.
During the meeting, Carricarte referred to the full disposition of the entity he heads in order to strengthen the working ties between the Chambers and revitalize the contracts between the companies of both countries, based on the identification of interests and specific projects.
He spoke about the actions undertaken by the Cuban institution in the current pandemic scenario to put itself at the service of Cuban member companies, while describing the sectors prioritized for Cuba, such as the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industry, Agriculture, Metalworking, Health and Academic Services, Construction, etc.
For his part, president Dimande spoke about how the Mozambique Chamber of Commerce has dealt with the current stage of the pandemic, and the actions taken to support the almost 1,000 member companies throughout the country.
During the meeting, the directors of the International Center of Havana (CIH S.A), COMETAL, Producciones Metálicas and the Union of Caribbean Construction Companies (UNECA S.A), on the Cuban side, and on the Mozambican side, CCM Investimentos, JP Traiding and the Cooperative of former students graduated in Cuba, made presentations of the profile of their respective companies and interests in the counterpart market, offering a practical space to advance the real perspectives of business between both countries.