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Cuban prime minister calls for more tourism commercialization

Cuba, turismo, comercialización, Marrero

Cuban prime minister calls for more tourism commercialization

Havana, Apr 21 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Prime Minister Manuel Marrero on Thursday urged to increase the commercialization of tourism in Havana, which has the potential to attract more holidaymakers.
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During a meeting with executives of hotel chains and travel agencies in Havana, held at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba as part of the government visit to the province, Marrero learned about the tourism development plan in the city until 2030.

In particular, they discussed elements of the recovery strategy, as well as the priorities for 2022 in a city that has 79 hotels with a total capacity of 13,000 rooms.

During the meeting, the prime minister insisted on the need to improve the quality of services and take care of details in order to offer a competitive product, which requires agile and innovative thinking cadres who seek solutions to problems.

He also emphasized the productive chain that tourism needs, both with state-owned and private companies, to achieve an impact on the reduction of imports.

It is necessary to encourage the joint work of all economic tourism stockholders in Havana, in order to achieve more attractive products, he said.

Marrero acknowledged the work of the workers of the sector in the past two years, when they were linked to the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, in both the red zones at hospitals and the use of tourist facilities as isolation centers.

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