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Cuban Minister of Communications begins working visit in Shanghai

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Cuban Minister of Communications begins working visit in ShanghaiHAVANA, Cuba, Nov 5 (acn) Jorge Luis Perdomo, Cuban Minister of Communications, who heads the delegation of his country at the 2nd China International Import Expo (CIIE), started a working visit to that Asian nation.

According to Cubaminrex website, the minister held a fruitful meeting with Wu Qing, Vice Mayor of Shanghai, in which they reaffirmed the excellent state of relations between the two countries, based on a common history of struggles for sovereignty and a close friendship of their leaders.
Likewise, they noted the progress in economic-commercial projects and the coincidence in the main topics of the international agenda, in addition to the interest of that Chinese municipality to strengthen ties with Cuba.
Perdomo was also received by Governor Ni Yaoming and received a broad info on the economic and labor activity of different state entities such as the Market Regulatory Administration of the Minhang District.
The Cuban minister provided extensive information on the objectives and composition of the delegation to this 2nd CIIE and exchanged on the possibilities to deepen cooperation between Cuban and Chinese companies based in Minhang.
Minhang, one of the 18 districts of Shanghai, with a population of around 2.5 million people, is characterized by extensive economic activity with more than 160,000 companies registered in the fields of high technology, manufacturing and the pharmaceutical industry.
The Cuban delegation also included Isabel Greenup, Director of International Relations at the Ministry of Communications; Rubén Ramos, vice president of the Chamber of Commerce; Juan Alberto Kelly, Counselor on Commercial Affairs of the Cuban Embassy in Beijing; and Nestor Torres, Cuba´s consul general in Shanghai.


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