The Agreement signed at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change COP21, held in Paris, has brought celebrations and also skepticism around the globe.
We have achieved a milestone with the first universal binding agreement to address the human impact on climate change. From this point on, countries will be required to review every five years their plans to comply with the Agreement.
Developed nations also pledged to help with financial assistance, in the magnitude of hundreds of billions of dollars to help developing countries to reach the same goals.
With the changes taking place in USA-Cuba bilateral relations and within the Cuban economic system, coupled with the declared interest of the Cuban authorities to attract foreign capital, investment opportunities in Cuba have become one of the topics of greatest interest for USA investors and entrepreneurs, as well as one of the least understood.
By the end of October, Cuba had exceeded the number of international tourists visiting the Island by 18%, compared with the same period during last year . This is not surprising, and we can expect this to be just the beginning. We need to consider the country's efforts to promote the tourism industry and the new stage of relations with the United States, which has opened up opportunities for both countries. This ongoing escalation in the number of visitors represents an important opportunity for investment on the Island, both for domestic and foreign investors, but also implies the need to plan strategies for the responsible and sustainable use of the country's resources.