HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 29 (ACN) Cuba and China reviewed today the progress of the cooperation projects being implemented in the two countries through a videoconference held between the China International Development Cooperation Agency (CIDCA) and the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment (MINCEX).
During the meeting, Deborah Rivas, MINCEX deputy minister, and Zhou Liujun, CIDCA vice-chairman, signed two letter exchanges that formalize the execution of projects for the acquisition of fabrics for uniforms and the installation of photovoltaic solar parks.
According to Vilma Sanchez, director of Trade Policy for Asia and Oceania at MINCEX, representatives of the embassies of both countries also participated in the videoconference.
China has established itself as the main market for exports of Cuban goods and the services of Cuban doctors are consolidated in various Chinese regions.
Likewise, joint ventures operating in the biotechnology sector will expand their portfolio after completing the registration of new products that are in an advanced phase of clinical trials.
As part of the path towards strengthening relationships, important Chinese companies will participate in projects associated with the modernization of infrastructure, renewable sources of energy and other businesses of mutual interest.