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Netherlands expresses interest in trading with Cuba
Published on January 15, 2016 Email To Friend    Print Version

HAVANA, Cuba -- Guido Landheer, deputy minister for foreign trade relations of the Netherlands, expressed on Tuesday in Havana, Cuba, his country’s interest in trading with Cuba in areas such as renewable energy, water resources and agriculture.

Deputy Minister for Foreign Trade Relations of the Netherlands, Guido Landheer, has expressed his country’s interest in trading with Cuba
Landheer is part of a Dutch mission that ended a visit to Cuba on Wednesday, led by Lilianne Ploumen, minister of foreign trade and cooperation for development of the Netherlands, and comprised of representatives of 77 companies from various sectors, including major corporations such as Philips, Unilever and Heineken. There were also companies from Curacao, Aruba and St Maarten.

At a press conference, the deputy minister stressed that during this visit to the island “very open dialogues with Cuban ministries” were held, as well as various exchanges, mainly focused on renewable energy, water resources and agriculture.

Republished with permission of the Curacao Chronicle
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