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Mobile phones said to boost Cuba’s tourism sector

HAVANA, Cuba – Cuba, which is predicting it will have at least two million mobile phone lines available by 2015, says the tourism industry has benefited tremendously since the expansion of the cellular telephone network a few years ago. Read More

150 Million Dollars in Cell Phones

Cuba invested about 150 million dollars for the development of cellular phones since 2003 and plans to exceed the first million lines at the end of this year, reported official sources today. Read More

FAO Conference: Climate and Food Security

The 31st FAO Regional Conference with venue in Panama is starting the debates on Monday during its technical phase regarding climate change and food security in Latin America and the Caribbean. Read More

Impossible Exchange between Cuba, US Scientists

The US government impeded several physicians of that northern nation to attend a scientific meeting in Cuba, as an example of the blockade the United States currently maintains against the Caribbean island. Read More

ETECSA: Cell phone subscribers in Cuba to top 1 mn by year's end

ETECSA, Cuba's state telecommunications company, is predicting that the number of wireless subscribers on the island will exceed 1 million by the end of this year. Read More

New telephone rates will begin on May 1

Three new government resolutions – numbers 51, 54 and 64 – will affect telephony in Cuba, the newspaper Granma announced Thursday. See details. Read More

President of International Organization for Standardization to Visit Cuba

Allan Morrison, president of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), will begin a visit to Cuba on Thursday.<br /> Read More

South Africa and Cuba Sign IT and Communications Agreement

Cuba and South Africa signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and collaboration in the information technologies and communications spheres. Read More

Cuba Bets on Open Source Platforms for Technological Independence

Cuban Deputy Minister of Informatics and Communications Boris Moreno said that Cuba is moving towards open source platforms to counteract Washington’s economic blockade. Read More

Cuba and NAM respect Iran’s nuclear rights

Rodolfo Benitez Verson, the deputy permanent representative of Cuba to the United Nations, says Cuba and the Non-Aligned Movement respect Iran’s nuclear rights. Read More

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