Exports: Irish investors look to Cuba for new contracts

Irish businesses and investors are checking out opportunities in Cuba, with the island's relaxed laws on foreign investment and tax-free profits being an incentive.

10th March, 2013
Thor Daniel Hannevig, Sure Engineering.

Irish businesses and investors are checking out opportunities in Cuba, with that country's new relaxed laws on foreign investment and tax-free profits working as an incentive.

The Irish Cuba Business Network (ICBN) has, in the last two years, focused on developing high-level contacts in departments of the Cuban ministries.

The network's founder, Martin Connolly, said there were significant opportunities for Irish investment in Cuba, particularly in the areas of energy, hospitality, food and the yacht...

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