Cuba extends preferential tariffs to CARICOM member states

Cuba’s foreign trade and investment minister Rodrigo Malmierca has given Collin Granderson, assistant to the secretary general of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), an agreement that extends the number of products with preferential tariffs.

In an exclusive interview with Cuban News Agency, José Chaple, director of commercial policy for Latin America and the Caribbean at the ministry of trade and foreign investment (MINCEX), said Cuba included 340 new products to those approved in 2000, while CARICOM granted the same to 80 Cuban products.

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