A man uses the internet via Wi-Fi in front of a hotel in Havana June 18, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique de la Osa
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A recent agreement between the United States and Cuba to restore diplomatic ties by the end of July has further bolstered interest among U.S. investors who started scrutinizing business opportunities in Havana as soon as the country was crossed off the U.S. terrorism list almost a month ago.The council, which brings together 20 businessmen, kicked off its activities with a visit to Havana in early June.During their visit to Cuba, Lebanese business leaders met with their Cuban counterparts and government officials to review investment and business opportunities in the Caribbean country. Kazma says some 254 business opportunities across Cuba have been outlined in a booklet prepared by the LCBC based on information provided by the Cuban government.The Lebanese-Cuban Economic forum will provide an opportunity to introduce businessmen to investment laws in Cuba, Kazma says.Every year, the government establishes a portfolio of foreign investment opportunities across Cuba.
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