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Louisiana starts a trade mission to Cuba

According to the commissioner possible trade relations with Cuba would translate into 300 or 400 million dollars a year for Louisiana. Read More

Cuba will invest $40 million in computerization of railroad system

The country plans to invest about 1.3 billion dollars in the modernization of the sector between 2016 and 2021. Read More

Mexico's Interjet Airlines opens new weekly flight to Cuba

Mexico´s Interjet Airline company will operate two weekly flights fromJuly 14 to the central Cuban city of Santa Clara. Read More

A five star hotel to be built near Havana’s Intl. Airport

This project responds to the growing demand for accommodation in the Cuban capital, increasingly popular among vacationers from around the world, and to the increase of flights to Cuba. Read More

Cuba and Italy regularize bilateral debt

During the meeting, four agreements were signed, which together regularize the situation of debts and include the General Agreement for debt restructuring in the medium and long term. Read More

Delta Airlines wants to be the Queen of flights to Cuba

This is the first time in nearly 55 years that Delta will fly to Cuba. The company, whose headquarters is in Atlanta, Georgia, promises to offer more places, destinations and flights from Atlanta than any other competitor. Read More

The US authorizes eight commercial airlines to fly to Havana

The authorized airlines are Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines. Read More

Cuban Minister admits that the economy of the island is facing complex scenario

Finance and Planning Minister Marino Murillo told Cuban lawmakers that the economy is suffering a major setback due to a complex scenario is facing at the moment. Read More

Cuba and Finland sign debt regularization agreement

Ricardo Cabrisas, Vice-president of the Cuban Council of Ministers, and Peter Stenlund, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Finland, signed on Monday the agreement that regulates the debt of Official Development Assistance between the two states. Read More

Intl. Congress on Business Management kicks off in Havana

With the premise of contributing to knowledge and innovation, the 10th International Congress of Management and Public Administration, GESEMAP 2016, began on Tuesday and will run until June 30 at Havana’s Convention Center. Read More

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