Camagüey, vice minister, internal trade, improvement, retail trade, local subordination

Vice Minister of Internal Trade checks the improvement of the sector in Camagüey (+ Photo)

Camagüey, Sep 22.- The Vice Minister of Domestic Trade, Inalvis Smith Lubén, urged compliance with the actions to improve local subordination retail trade in the province, a process initiated in 2020 to promote all activities in the sector.

In the exchange, and with the presence of political and government authorities of the territory, as well as managers and workers, she highlighted that the challenge is to improve the quality of services, increase offers and lower costs in a context of economic limitations and difficulties with the supplies.

Smith Lubén explained that there are many complexities and it is vital to work daily in line with the union's standards aimed at the corporate image of the establishments, the presence of each worker and the search for alternatives to achieve customer satisfaction.

Arturo Vázquez Hernández, advisor to the Ministry of Domestic Trade, acknowledged that the province intends to link with new actors in the economy, financial sanitation, training and improvement of directors and administrators, and the implementation of electronic commerce, but said effort is not perceived by the population.

The vice minister pointed out elements that must be addressed as a priority in commerce to achieve the improvement objectives, contemplated in the more than 50 measures promoted from the base by gastronomic, personal, technical and commercial services to the population.

The generation of income and the benefit of workers from their own efforts are some of the priority guidelines in the 16 companies that make up the Camagüey Business Group of Commerce, two of them provincial: the Real Estate Management Company and the Tourism and Recreation Santa Lucia.

As part of the implementation of the improvement of local subordination retail trade in Camagüey, a total of 242 basic business units were established, of them 62 by Decree Law 28 and 180 by Decree Law 34. (Text and photos: Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero/Radio Cadena Agramonte)

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