Latin America: Pakistan invited to Cuban trade fair

FIHAV 2013 will be held from 3rd to 9th November 2013 in Havana.


Ppi June 27, 2013

ISLAMABAD: Cuban Ambassador to Pakistan Jesus Zenen Buergo invited Pakistani entrepreneurs to FIHAV 2013 in November in Havana, the largest annual multi-sector trade fair in Cuba. Ambassador Buergo made these remarks during an interaction with local businessmen at the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI). He said FIHAV 2013 would be a complete national and international exhibition held from 3rd to 9th November 2013 in Havana and a large number of products including advanced materials, agricultural technology and equipment, food and beverages, automotive, bio-industries, building products, chemicals, consumer products, electric power equipment and services, information and communications technology, manufacturing technologies, metals, minerals and oil and gas equipment would be put up for display. Over 3000 companies from 62 countries participated in the 2012 edition of FIHAV. The Cuban Ambassador said that Cuba is a gateway to Latin American countries and improved trade relations with Cuba would facilitate Pakistani entrepreneurs in getting access to huge Latin American market.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 28th, 2013.

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COMMENTS (1)

Zain | 7 years ago | Reply

This can be an immense opportunity for Pakistani businessmen. When opportunity knocks your door, you better open that door, or else it will never return to your door. Pakistan needs to diversify its export products from just Cotton and Textile based to more Engineered products like Auto Products and Electrical Equipment which are being made in Pakistan. Specially the auto parts of Japanese origin cars like Brake Pads, seats, body panels, etc. are in Huge Demand in Latin America and West Indies, where Japanese cars are very popular.

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