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October, 13 2012 08:53:49

Cuba learns economic lessons from HCM City

HCM CITY (VNS)— Cuba wants to learn from Ho Chi Minh City's approach to the economic renewal process, according to Marino Murillo Jorge, Vice President of Cuba's Council of Ministers.

In a meeting yesterday with the standing Vice Secretary of the HCM City Party Committee, Nguyen Van Dua, the senior Cuban official said his delegation was interested in the city's experience in building economic models, especially relating to single member limited liability companies. He also expressed his wish to learn from the city's expertise in accelerating the equitisation of State-owned enterprises into public limited companies.

Dua congratulated Cuba on the success of the 6th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba, expressing his belief that the Cuban Party and people would successfully implement the congress's resolutions.

During their stay, the Cuban delegation visited several outstanding businesses in HCM City.-VNS

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