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unnamedWe’re very excited to be partnering with The Economist for this important event.  Please do not hesitate to contact me or contact The Economist directly with any questions.  See you in December in DC.

Elena Freyre

Foundation for Normalization of US/Cuba Relations


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The flag has been raised – What’s next?

Last week’s flag raising in Havana marked an official beginning of new economic opportunities for American businesses in Cuba. Travel from the US to Cuba has already increased by 35 percent since January, and the number of American companies eyeing the island as a business or export outpost continues to grow.

Join us at The Economist Events’ Cuba Summit on December 3rd in Washington to discover how your business can capitalise on this new chapter of renewed relations. We’ll examine Cuba’s shifting political ties, demystify policy changes that are of direct relevance to foreign investment and mine emerging avenues for trade as Cuba rebuilds and restructures.

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Devry Boughner Vorwerk
Vice-president, corporate affairs
Cargill Incorporated
Kay Keuhne
Regional director,
Latin America
David Pathe
President and chief executive
Sherritt International Corporation
Omar Everleny Pérez Villanueva
Professor of economics and researcher
University of Havana

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“Creo que como siempre, Cuba contará en Naciones Unidas con la máxima solidaridad de todo el mundo”, dijo. Seguir leyendo