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Cuba will grant credits to boost agricultural production

The Cuban government will grant credits to Basic Units of Cooperative Production (UBPC) in order to invest in livestock from next January. Read More

Crystal Tower: The new tourist attraction of Cayo Coco, Cuba

The climbing park Rocarena or Crystal Tower, in the resort of Cayo Coco is one of the newest attractions to the current winter season in Cuba. Read More

Why Cuban cab drivers earn more than doctors

On his worst days, Rafa, a Cuban taxi driver, makes $60 from all his rides. A doctor in Cuba makes around $45 in a month. The colossal disparity between these two salaries is one of the many perplexing realities of the Cuban economy. Watch why the Cuban economy is so in this video. Read More

United Airlines announced it will operate flights to Cuba

United Airlines announced it will offer flights between the United States and Cuba as soon as it obtains its permission to operate between the two countries, local media announced. Read More

About 600,000 visitors will come to Cuba in the cruise season

This weekend will begin the cruise season on the island, during which it is expected to receive about 600,000 travelers. Read More

Cuba produced 134 million cigars for export in 2015

Workers of the Internacional Cubana de Tabacos produced more than 134 million cigars this year. Read More

This is Cuba's Netflix, Hulu, and Spotify – all without the internet

Media smugglers get Taylor Swift, Game of Thrones, and the New York Times to Cubans every week through an illegal network of runners. Read More

Castro hates the internet, so Cubans created their own

Cuba has some of the worst internet access in the world, with just 5 percent of Cubans able to access the uncensored web Read More

Austria identifies new business opportunities in Cuba

On the occasion of the visit to Cuba of Alois Stöger, Federal Minister of Transport, Innovation and Technology of Austria, a group of business persons of important companies of the European country explore in Cuba new business opportunities that allow strengthening bonds. Read More

Drought in Cuba affects production of 87 thousand tons of rice

The intense drought this year in the country will prevent the production of some 87 000 tons of rice destined to be consumed by the Cuban population, according to the plan of 2015. Read More

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