Japanese corporation Mitsubishi is seeking to develop infrastructure projects in Cuba after it opened an office in capital Havana on July 8.

The future projects could be developed in the Mariel special development zone (ZEDM), Cibercuba reported.

"We're trying to find new business opportunities to establish some infrastructure projects," Mitsuyuki Takada, senior VP of Mitsubishi Corp Global Strategy was quoted as saying by Cibercuba.

"Cuba is changing and the world is changing, so we understand that we have to return to Cuba," said Suichi Ijiri, head of Mitsubishi in Havana.

Created in 2013, the ZEDM has received a significant amount of investments from Mexican, Spanish, Belgian, Dutch and Brazilian companies.


Source: BNamericas