Working on behalf of U.S. business to protect the current trade and to expand
and increase the potential for future business between the United States and Cuba.



  • Teleconference with Pedro Alvarez, Chairman of Alimport at National Press Club, April 27, 2005.
  • Members visited Cuba in June, 2005, at the invitation of Alimport and met with senior officials to discuss business opportunities.
  • The Association hosted a breakfast with Ricardo Alarcon, President of Cuba's National Assembly, on September 15, 2005, on the occasion of his visit to New York as head of Cuba's delegation to the United Nations General Assembly.
  • The Association co-sponsored of the U.S.-Cuba Energy Summit ( held in Mexico City, February 2-4, 2006. This gathering brought U.S. energy executives together with their Cuban counterparts for the first time. Other Summits on biotechnology, IT, and travel are under consideration
  • The Association co-sponsored two teleconferences with Rafael Tenreyro, VP of CUPET, in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Lafayette, Louisiana.
  • Regional Seminars and Conferences

The U.S.-Cuba Trade Association will hold a series of seminars for business firms about the current legislative and administration issues and actions regarding trade with Cuba, process of doing business in Cuba, the experience thus far and the potential ahead.


U.S. Cuba Trade Association Suite 800 Washington, DC
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