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Cuba's 2006 nickel output may not meet forecast

Cuban unrefined nickel production may fall short of the 76,700 planned for the year due to a 3,000-tonne shortfall at one of three plants reported by joint venture partner Sherritt International this week. Read More

Cuba eyes more cows from state

More Vermont cows could be making their way to Cuba next year as that country continues to rebuild its dairy and beef cattle industries. Read More

Germans for diesel equipping Cuba

The German engineering group MAN is very interested in Cuba for its diesel equipment, that branch's technical expert Philip Luterodt said Friday in an interview at the Havana International Fair. Read More

Bulgaria presents milk to iron at Havana Trade Fair

A varied range of Bulgarian dairy products (including yogurt) and iron materials attracted the attention of visitors at Havana s 24th International Fair Read More

Cuba foreign trade continues to grow, said Cuban Minister

Cuba's commercial exchange with the world grew 27 percent during the past nine months of the year, compared to same period in 2005, said Cuba's Foreign Trade Minister Raul de la Nuez during the inauguration of the 24th Havana International Trade Fair on Monday, which was attended by Vice President Carlos Lage Davila. Read More

Strong Venezuelan presence at Havana International Trade Fair

Venezuela will be represented at the 29th Havana International Trade Fair by 200 companies and a high level government delegation. Read More

Cuba adjusting to a changing sugar industry

As the sugar industry worldwide undergoes profound changes, the Association of Cuban Sugar Technicians (ATAC) is holding their 49th congress where they will discuss new measures to improve the quality and quantity of production. Read More

Havanas International Trade Fair gets underway today

With the presence of exhibitors from over 40 countries, the 24th Havanas International Trade Fair (FIHAV) opens today with a display area of some 11,000 square meters. Read More

Cuba, Guatemala for trade, teamwork

Advances in relations and commitments to broaden trade and cooperation seal Guatemalan Vice President Eduardo Stein s official visit to Cuba, which is concluding Saturday after four days of intensive activities. Read More

Cuba back to Standard Time next Sunday

After two years operating all year-round without changing from "summer" to "normal" time, Cuba decided to reestablish standard time. Read More

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