Cuba Simplifies Foreign Direct Investment Rules

There was also news about the planned opening of foreign trade to private companies. As Foreign Trade Minister Rodrigo Malmierca announced, over 700 requests have been received since July.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Since September 16th, a new law has been in force in Cuba that is intended to significantly simplify and expedite the approval of foreign direct investments.

With the new "one-stop-shop" (Ventanilla Unica de Inversión Extranjera) procedure, all the required steps are now to be handled by a single authority.

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