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Which seems like a very courageous business move, if you ask me.
The company's Chief Financial officer, Guy Bentinck, has told investors in Toronto that nickel production at its Moa facility in eastern Cuba will rise almost 50 per cent to 50,000 tons a year by about 2010.
You see, Mr Bentinck is supremely confident that the company's investment in the island is "safe", regardless of what happens in Cuba once Fidel Castro dies.
"Our relationships in Cuba are exceptional, and no matter who's in power, that will continue,'' he said, according to this story by Bloomberg. "We operate all the assets and control the technology, that's one of the reasons that our position is so strong in Cuba.''