Artemisa - The wholly Spanish-owned company Grupo BM Interinvest Technologies Mariel, S.L.U., was established in the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM), located in the province of Artemisa, official sources reported yesterday.
According to a statement from the ZEDM, the Spanish company is authorized to build and operate for 40 years a platform equipped with offices and warehouses for industrial and service use, while offering other services associated with these activities.
The ZEDM's business development program, which seeks to boost this activity, was approved by the Cuban Council of Ministers at the end of 2018.
As stated by Ana Teresa Igarza, ZEDM director general, the plan is focused on maintaing the vision pursued by the ZEDM as an advanced multisectoral complex.
Washington - Havana City Historian Eusebio Leal, one of Cuba's most recognized intellectuals, is now a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAA&S).
Cuba's Ambassador to the United States, Jose Ramon Cabañas, attended the commencement ceremony on Leal's behalf on Saturday at the Cambridge-based Academy.Read More
Paris - Cuba meets this month an extensive program within the Executive Board of Unesco, which focuses its work on the follow-up to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, said the permanent delegation of the island.Read More
The XIV edition of the Ibero-American Congress of Thought, to be held here from October 25 to 27, invites us to reflect on Caribbean cultural diversity among the countries of the region.Read More