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Marriott and Starwood ready to invest in Cuba

Together with the American telecommunications company AT&T, Marriott and Starwood are the first American groups preparing to invest in the country since Barack Obama's decision in 2014 to normalize relations between the United States and Cuba.

Just ten days prior to Barack Obama's trip to Havana, the groups Marriott International and Starwood Hotels & Resorts announced their intention to establish properties in Cuba. this is a first for American groups since the normalization of diplomatic relations between the Caribbean island and the United States.

Moreover, according to a press release from the US Department of Commerce, Arne Sorenson, president and CEO of Marriott International, will accompany the president of the United States to Cuba March 20 to 22, in order to learn about the opportunities and economic and commercial challenges ahead. this trip willl be the first visit of an American president to Cuba in nearly 90 years.

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