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December 3rd

Havana Film Festival Juries Seek Coral Award Winners

Cinema world figures from Latin America and Europe will decide the Coral awards of Havana's International Festival of New Latin American Cinema that will take from December 3-13. Read More

A week’s all-inclusive deal in Cuba for £512

With most people reluctant to travel far before the holiday season, now is the time for those happy to make the long haul to find bargains. Read More

End of travel ban to Cuba, who benefits?

The small-time entrepreneurs who rent out private rooms to tourists in this country may be the future business leaders but they’re also hurt by the U.S. government’s trade and travel restrictions against Cuba.<br /> Read More

December 2nd

Radical change in international trade system is needed

Cuban Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Minister Rodrigo Malmierca said in Geneva that the international financial and trade system must be radically changed in order to face the challenges of the 21st century.<br /> Read More

New Years Eve 2009/2010 in Cuba

New Years Eve is the best occasion to feel the real atmosphere of Cuba. In the streets music, colourful fireworks, icy cocktails, fine dinner and Carnival feeling welcomes New Year. It is an unforgettable memory: clink under the palm trees on <br /> the beach. Don’t miss it! Spend the New Years Eve in Cuba this year!<br /> Read More

Cuba provides health assistance worldwide

Cuban biotechnology and pharmaceutical products are already among the country's major exports, and the industry is on course to continue developing while maintaining a firm focus on making a real difference to the health of all Cubans and of people in the numerous countries where Cuba provides medical assistance. Read More

Biotech industry going on well

The promising anti-cancer antibody nimotuzumab, developed by Agustin<br /> Lage, head of the Centre for Molecular Immunology (CIM), is currently<br /> undergoing clinical trials in the United States. Read More