Cuban producers and exporters of medical equipment and pharmaceutical products have expressed interest in doing business in Trinidad and Tobago which they recognize to be an ideal launch pad for
accessing the wider CARICOM market.
InvesTT recently hosted 8 members of a delegation participating at TTMA’s annual Trade and Investment Convention to present them with an overview of the local business environment and to discuss possibilities for joint ventures with companies operating within the local medical industry. The meeting was arranged at short notice, with special thanks to His Excellency, Ambassador Moreno, the Cuban Ambassador to Port-of-Spain. Leading the delegation was Mr. Alex Gonzalez Garcia, First Secretary of the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba.
Most of the delegation represented Cuban companies engaged in the production and export of pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices, including bio-tech drugs, radiopharmaceutical drugs, medical equipment such as electrical simulators and services such as software for the detection, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the neurophysiologic system.
“This is a sector in which there are numerous opportunities which can contribute to our economic diversification” says Christopher Lewis, President of InvesTT.
Recently located in Tower D at Port of Spain’s International Waterfront Centre, InvesTT is set to continue dialogue with the companies represented in terms of providing them with information pertinent to their business needs, facilitating introductions to local companies and making recommendations to help them achieve medium to long term investment goals.
Local companies who are interested in exploring business relationships in this field are invited to set up an appointment with a member of our team at +1 (868) 225-4688 or email us at email@example.com. Investors can benefit from our investor facilitation services . To find out more about InvesTT and doing business in Trinidad and Tobago, you can also refer to our website www.investt.co.tt or our social mediapages.