Cuba as a Trade Partner: A Business Letter

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Cuba as a Trade Partner: A Business Letter
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba
National Assembly of People’s Power
Havana
Cuba
15 December 2011
The Honorable John Baird
Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
1A 0A6
Dear Mr. Baird
I am writing to you on behalf of my country, Cuba, to formally request that you and your government consider increasing Canada’s trade with Cuba. In particular, I would like to take this opportunity to point out to you the many advantages Cuba offers with its exports.
At the moment, trade between Canada and Cuba totals almost $1 billion. About 22 per cent of our exports go to your country, so that you are second only to the Netherlands as a trade partner to us (the Netherlands...
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