Strategically located at the center of an expanding market, Cuba offers a cost-competitive location for investors, a highly skilled and productive workforce, a well-developed port and airport infrastructures serving international trade markets, and a secure climate for foreign personnel.

With the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, Cuba’s recent enactment of its new Foreign Investment Act and the creation of the “special development zone” in the Port of Mariel, numerous business opportunities are now available to U.S investors interested in entering the Cuban market.