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Posted July 05, 2004 by publisher in Business In Cuba

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The company Muebles Fenix, attached to the Office of the Historian of the City of Havana, has contributed to the development of tourism programs in Cuba’s leisure industry.

Company executives pointed out that over the past four years, the firm has increased sales, especially to institutions linked to the tourism industry.

In addition, they are promoting immediate occupancy projects, which facilitate the development of investments linked to Cuban tourism.

Muebles Fenix also supplies furniture from major foreign companies, such as Spain’s Madrigal and Panama’s Marve.

The company also decorates unique establishments in Havana’s historic heart, which are characterized by their Spanish-colonial style.

The Office of the Historian of the City of Havana has a strong entrepreneurial infrastructure that also involves transportation, gastronomy, construction, finance, tourism and other elements that are indispensable for development.

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