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FIHAV 2012 Awards

Companies bringing products to Cuba with the best quality and design received awards at the 30th Havana International Trade Fair (FIHAV 2012). The agenda includes the presentation of byproducts for agriculture from the Cuban business group Labiofam, and that of the India Sareen Pharma PVT company.

Cuban Food and Beverages at Fair Trade

The Corporación Alimentaria S.A. (Coralsa) business group that trades food and beverage products from 11 Cuban companies came to the Fihav 2012 in order to promote different non-traditional products, but whose performance in the Cuban market makes them attractive for export.

China with a record of 62 companies in Fihav 2012

China has beefed up its presence considerably at the week-long 30th Havana International Trade Fair (FIHAV 2012) compared with the previous ones, Xinhua news agency report. China is participating with a record 62 companies, 22 more than last year, in a 1,000-square-meter exposition area. The products on show range from ...

Canadian delegation in Fihav 2012

Marc Whittingham, President and CEO of CCC, and Luc Allary, Regional Director for Caribbean and Central America for CCC, assisted to Fihav 2012 as part of a Canadian delegation led by the Canadian Embassy. The Canadian delegation consisted of government leaders as well as 30 companies from across Canada.

Fihav 2012: An expression of gratitude to Cuba as a market

Cuban Council of Minister Vice President Ricardo Cabrisas said the Havana International Fair FIHAV 2012 was “an attractive opportunity for business people attending the exhibition, amid the updating process of the Cuban economic model successfully underway”. Cabrisas said to Cuba agency Prensa Latina, that FIHAV is marking its 30th anniversary ...

Trinidad & Tobago in Cuban FIHAV 2012

Trinidad & Tobago showed at the 2012 Havana International Fair (FIHAV) the achievements of its tourist industry, with important attractions and destinations, particularly the ones aimed at active rest. Spokespersons of the Trinitarian delegation said that despite the country depends on oil for 50 percent of its revenues, tourist industry