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.
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.
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.
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.