HAVANA, Cuba, Feb 16 (ACN) Businessmen, academicians, journalists and members of solidarity organizations from Japan showed great interest in the monetary ordering process in Cuba, during an online conference on the issue.
A press release published today on the official website of the Cuban foreign ministry (Cubaminrex) reported that the meeting was attended by nearly a hundred Japanese from different sectors.
Cuban ambassador in Tokyo, Miguel Ramirez, explained that this process of economic transformation on the island consists of exchange and monetary unification, as well as the modification of income.
Regarding the benefits for companies with foreign capital, Ramirez mentioned that a series of restrictions are eliminated to foster a more transparent and stable macroeconomic environment.
He also emphasized that deformations in the island's economy are being solved without harming the Revolution's concept of social justice.
According to Cubaminrex, researcher Sindo Michihiro also offered interesting data and analysis of the progress and impact of the measures adopted by Cuba.
The questions and comments of the participants focused particularly on the potential of Cuban exportable products, inflation control measures and the prospects of relations with the United States, the note concluded.