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Aruba, April 30, 2015 - Cuba is attractive for foreign investments nowadays, due to its potential for that activity, amid favorable changes that aim at promising future, and most of the figures that visit the island talk about it.
One of those praises came from the executive secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Alicia Barcena, who is visiting this country.
Barcena approved the Cuban opening to foreign investment, although she said an appropriate selection of the areas and protecting the national jobs were necessary.
The health of the economy in the Antilles and Central America is something that the country should consider, because its competitors regarding attraction of foreign capitals are in that area, she said.
Barcena is participating in the 1st International Seminar: Opportunities and Challenges for Development in Latin America and Cuba, which is concluding today at the hotel Melia Cohiba, in this capital.