Brazil Ships Machinery to Cuban Port

Havana Bay.  Photo: Caridad
Havana Bay. Photo: Caridad

HAVANA TIMES, Nov. 5 – Brazilian companies began transporting heavy machinery to Cuba, where they will work in the reconstruction of the port of Mariel, to the west of the island’s capital, announced Brazilian Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade Miguel Jorge.

The estimated cost of the work is US $600 million, half of which will be contributed by the South American nation, reported IPS.