PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz – Photo: NDO Welcoming the delegation to Vietnam for a meeting of the Vietnam-Cuba Intergovernmental Committee, PM Phuc said Vietnam is delighted at the socio-economic achievements Cuba has obtained recently, noting that the two peoples have a special and faithful relationship that is increasingly consolidated. Minister Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz vowed every effort to help the inter-governmental committee work effectively. He said although the Cuban economy is facing numerous difficulties due to sanctions, it is still striving to move forwards. He also appreciated Vietnam’s rice supply for his country and expressed his hope that the Vietnamese Government will create conditions for businesses to continue the provision. Highlighting both countries’ resolve to raise bilateral trade to 500 million USD in 2020, the official said Cuba wants to boost exports to Vietnam, especially healthcare services and biological products, and also wishes to attract more investment from the Southeast Asian nation as there are many Vietnamese firms operating effectively in Cuba at present. Cuba is considering mechanism and policy improvements to better its investment climate and attract more foreign investment, he noted, adding that as Vietnam is experienced… Read full this story
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