Cuban Development Zone Impacts Foreign Businesspeople
The Special Development Zone of Mariel (ZEDM, acronym in Spanish) impacts strongly today on foreign businesspeople, both those who already do business with the island and those who want to establish them.
6 de febrero de 2018 - Taken from Prensa Latina
The Special Development Zone of Mariel (ZEDM, acronym in Spanish) impacts strongly today on foreign businesspeople, both those who already do business with the island and those who want to establish them, indicated today news reports.
An article published this Tuesday in digital daily Cubadebate, adds that due to a privileged position West of Havana, the Zone advances in its purpose of beign a regional referent in the attraction of foreign capital.
The website clarifies that at present, 33 investments have been approved in the important economic enclave, whose productions and service are to be destined to the domestic market or for export.
What until little more than four years ago were virgin territories embraced to the Mariel northern coast, today are being transformed into perfect flat terrain and roads in sector A.
Those spaces are ready for investment, insists the report. The development spaces go beyond the Container Terminal and are also breathed in every new enterprise that rises from the foundation in this place.
The first stage of the Mariel project (the container terminal), fundamental link for the entry and exit of merchandises.
An access road was also finished to link the Freeway Havana-Pinar del Rio with the container terminal, the first stage of the Logistics Activities Zone (ZAL).
It also attracted an investment capital that exceeds one billion 189 million dollars.