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The Cuban Chamber of Commerce in Havana

Cuban Chamber of Commerce (the Cámara de Comercio de Cuba) in Vedado, Havana. PHOTO: CUBA BUSINESS REPORT/M. HERNÁNDEZ

The Cuban Chamber of Commerce (the Cámara de Comercio de Cuba) is located in Vedado, Havana, Cuba. The following address and contact information is vital for foreign business persons, traders, importers and exporters. Accredited foreign companies and business people interested in trading with Cuba will be dealing with the Cuban Chamber of Commerce office in Havana.

The Cuban Chamber of Commerce office is an excellent source for networking opportunities and business development in Cuba.

For companies planning to operate a business in Cuba, it is essential to be aware of the relationships between government agencies and business people. It is also vital to be conscious of all the legalities of doing business in Cuba. Confidential information needs to remain confidential. Furthermore, all marketing research and analysis should be reviewed with independent foreign consultancy firms with practical “boots on the ground” experience in Cuba.


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Cuban Chamber of Commerce address: Calle 21 No. 661 esq. A, Vedado, La Habana, Cuba

Contacts at the Cámara de Comercio de Cuba (Cuban Chamber of Commerce):

Ms. Mirtha Rippes
Livia Hernández Fraga, ext. 238
Niurka Marsán Morfa, ext. 238

Telephone: +53 7838-1321, 7838-1322, 7838-1921

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Fax: +53 7 833-3042

Emails:  (remove the square brackets and spaces)

camaracuba [@] camara [.] com [.] cu
cdoc [@] camara [.] com [.] cu
cch[@] camara [.] com [.] cu
Terina Alvarez:  tphabana[@] camara [.] com [.] cu
Olga Lidia Cabañas, mercado[@] camara [.] com [.] cu

Visit the official website of the Cuban Chamber of Commerce in Havana at

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Note:  We have updated the address of the Chamber of Commerce, the new phone numbers and the most recent photo.

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