09/17/13 - Prensa Latina (Havana) - China, Cuba Hold Meetings on Food Industry
Beijing, Sep 17 (Prensa Latina) Cuban and Chinese officials met today to
discuss food industry development policies and Chinese regulations for food
quality and safety.
The Cuban minister for the food industry, Maria del Carmen Concepcion, who
is visiting China for the first time, met with Miao Wei, Chinese Minister
of Industry and Information Technology.
Concepcion's official one-week visit will include several meetings with
government agencies and visits to food industry-related companies in
Tianjin, Liaoning, and Shandong.
According to sources from the Cuban delegation, the two countries will
discuss technologies for helpign to develop Cuba's food industry and
explore the possibility of joint ventures, particularly in the dairy, meat,
jam, and beer industries.
They will also discuss shrimp farming and review Cuban seafood exports to
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