Doing Business in Cuba in 2008 and ahead Market Access and Trade Data in Cuba
Released on: May 12, 2008, 5:44 am
Press Release Author: FOCUSTRADE - Latin American Markets
Industry: International Trade
Press Release Summary: Recently Cuba has started to gain attention in the business news, because several economic sectors has been liberalized.
Bearing in mind the growing interest by foreign companies, Latin American Markets has published a series of Market Access and Data Series Report on Cuba.
Press Release Body: In the last months, Cuba has started to gain attention in the business news, because several economic sectors has been liberalized. Cuba is attracting new business in the Raul Castro era.
Considering the growing interest to do business in Cuba, Focustrade - Latin American Markets (http://www.latinamerican-markets.com) has published a series of Market Access and Data Series Report on Cuba.
These reports analyze the market access restrictions in Cuba for a series of products, considering main tariff and non tariff barriers. Information on tariffs, tariff preferences, customs valuation, non-tariff barriers, import regulations, import restrictions, licenses, permits, quotas and technical obstacles to trade are described. Furthermore, information on the import figures for such products is provided, being the latest available data in Cuba. Besides the several products listed in the Latin American site, the company offer tailor made reports for any other products.
As an option to these report series, Latin American Markets (http://www.latinamerican-markets.com)offers additional commercial intelligence data for the majority of products, including information on product strategies, distribution channel strategies, advertising and promotion strategies and price strategies among others.
The Market Access Research Series by LATIN AMERICAN MARKETS (C) are written by senior international trade and marketing consultants, and focus basically on market access and import figures in most Latin American countries for hundred of products.
Basic information is gathered from field research through business partners in those countries and from documentary information obtained in public sources, as well as in private databases.
These reports are developed by Latin American Markets consultants both in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Miami, United States. Language of the report is spanish.