Cuba and Trinidad & Tobago ratify commercial relations
Published on Saturday, November 7, 2009
HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) — Cuba and Trinidad & Tobago ratified their
commercial cooperation bonds during the fourth day of Havana's 27th
International Fair, which winds up on Saturday at the Expocuba complex.
Trinidadian ambassador Lester Efebo Wilkinson thanked Cuba for its
cooperation in programs linked to medicine, agriculture and sports.
Wilkinson pointed out that over the last few years there has been a 35
to 45 million dollar increase in trade and up to now this year the
figure is around 50 million, which shows the interest of businessmen to
increase products and offers to trade.
Antonio Luis Carricarte, First Deputy Minister for Foreign Trade and
Investment, pointed out that there are possibilities of diversifying
Trinidadian exports to Cuba which are concentrated mainly on ammonia.
He explained that Cuba can increase offers in the sectors of
communications, computer science and the pharmaceutical industry, among
The Fair's organizers devoted Thursday to Germany, Venezuela, and
Trinidad and Tobago, with the exhibition of products and services linked
to machinery, construction, education, and the oil and textile
industries, among other sectors.
Caribbean Net News: Cuba and Trinidad & Tobago ratify commercial
relations (7 November 2009)