For the first time in decades, communist Cuba is trying to create favorable conditions for foreign companies to invest there.
A Special Economic Development Zone is under construction around the recently opened port of Mariel, some 35 kilometers from the capital Havana. And a new foreign investment law comes into effect in June.
The Cubans are looking for investors prepared to take a long view, getting a foothold on the island now in anticipation of the day that the US trade embargo is lifted.
CCTV’s Michael Voss reports.