Nicaraguan Businessmen for Strengthening Trade with Cuba
Managua, May 21 (Prensa Latina) Nicaraguan businessmen are discussing with optimism possibilities of strengthening trade with Cuba, following an agreement between Nicaraguan Chamber of Industries (Cadin), and the Chamber of Trade of that Caribbean country, said a business expert today.
According to Doctor Oscar Aleman, who took part in different private sector's negotiations, the bilateral partial accord will first of all contribute to increase the exchange of information, which includes the presence in international fairs and exhibitions organized by the two countries.
Nicaragua is interested in the exports of dairy products, light products, tiles for construction, plastic pipes, sacks for agricultural use, and cooking oil, among other products, told the expert to El 19 Digital television channel.
In its visit to Cuba on May 13 to 16, the Cadin delegation could observe a wide range of good quality offers and competitive prices for possible imports.
Aleman also expressed interest for promoting investments, including joint projects, as well as the use of the Unitarian System of Regional Payment Compensations (Sucre).
Nicaragua y Cuba are among the Sucre signatories, a mechanism to facilitate economic-trade operations, established by the Bolivarian Alliance for the People's of Our America (Alba).
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