The Correos de Cuba business group will once again export stamps and other philatelic products, after 15 years without doing so, a brief note from the Prensa Latina (PL) news agency specified.
This was announced this Tuesday by the first vice president of the state entity, Eldis Vargas, who explained that a study of opportunities for the sale of these products to other nations is already underway.
Vargas said it is an “item with a high demand in the international market,” but “failed to refer to the countries to which they will exported,” PL reported.
The note also does not give details on the other “philatelic products,” beyond the stamps, Correos de Cuba plans to export, although that broad definition includes envelopes, postcards and other documents of interest to philatelic collectors and experts.
In the meeting with the press, Vargas also referred to the process of computerization in the sector, and said that the 805 post offices in Cuba will be computerized by 2021.