During a meeting with executives from companies that develop investments, Díaz-Canel learned about their experiences and noted that the most important thing is to keep factories producing.
Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Planning Alejandro Gil called to increase investments and do it well, as the financing that does not guarantee sustainability in time of their inputs and raw materials can ruin the agreement made.
Gil urged to prepare the investments and investors to comply with the execution schedules and “put industries into production once the investment is completed. The generation of goods for national consumption or export depends on it, and with it, the country’s development.”
During the meeting, several state entrepreneurs shared the state of investments in their institutions, their strengths, and weaknesses in this field.