Cuba and Mexico review trade relations

Cuba and Mexico review trade relations
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27 November 2020
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Havana, Nov 27 (Prensa Latina) The president of the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba (CCC), Antonio Carricarte, and the vice president of the Mexican section of the Cuba-Mexico Entrepreneurial Committee, Armando Bojorquez, met on Friday to review issues of mutual interest.
The CCC noted on Twitter that Carricarte participated in a virtual event on the Economic Reactivation of Tourism in Mexico, organized by the Confederation of Chambers of Commerce, Service and Tourism of Mexico.

Mexico is Cuba's second major trading partner in Latin America and the Caribbean, and it ranks sixth in world trade, in addition to be one of the country's ten major tourist-sending markets.

The two nations have maintained diplomatic relations uninterruptedly since 1903, on the basis of respect and cooperation.

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