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Cuban development zone impacts on foreign businessmen
Cuban development zone impacts on foreign businessmen. Photo: artemisadiario.cu
The Special Maritime Development Zone (ZEDM) has a strong impact on foreign businessmen, both those who already have business with the island and those who want to establish them, press reports said today.

An article published this Tuesday in the digital newspaper Cubadebate, adds that due to a privileged position west of Havana, the Zone advances in the purpose of being a regional reference in the capture of foreign capital.

The media clarifies that up to the present, 33 users were approved in this important economic enclave, whose productions and services will be destined to the internal market or export.

What until a little more than four years ago were virgin lands embraced to the north coast of Mariel, today they are transformed into perfect plains and paths laid out in sector A.

Those spaces are ready for investment, the report insisted. The airs of development go beyond the Container Terminal and also breathe in every company that emerges from the foundations in this place.

The first stage of the Mariel project spanned from 2011 to 2014, during which the first phase of the Mariel Container Terminal (TCM) was completed, a fundamental link for the entry and exit of goods.
With information taken from PL

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