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Farms Granted in Usufruct Already Yielding in Ciego de Ávila, Cuba

The delivery of 32 102 hectares of idle lands in Ciego de Avila to the people who requested them allowed an increase in the production of roots, vegetables, grains and other products during the last five months. Read More

Adhesive Cement Produced in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

Sancti Spiritus’s building materials company –central Cuba- was recently awarded the Ministry of Construction (MICONS)’s National Prize for its contribution to save the environment during the manufacturing process of mortero cola adhesive cement. Read More

Cuba Honors Revolutionary Milestone

The Federation of University Students (FEU) of Cuba is to pay tribute Friday to the martyrs of the 52nd anniversary historic attack on the Presidential Palace and the national radio station &quot;Radio Reloj&quot; in Havana.<br /> Read More

Ecuadorians Receives Training in University of Las Tunas

The gratitude impregnated the walls of the Vicente Garcia Square, of this city, when 22 Ecuadorians finished the first international training in Economic Sciences, organized by the University Vladimir Ilich Lenin of Las Tunas province. Read More

Cuban Painter's Works Exhibited in UNESCO Headquarters

Three paintings by Cuban Ileana Sanchez are on display in the headquarters of the UN's Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Paris.<br />     Read More

Palacio de Valle, monument of Cienfuegos, Cuba

Next to the Bay of Jagua and like out of a fantastic tale, the Palacio de Valle is an exclusivity from the past. Today it is run by the Ministry of Tourism and stands next to the Jagua Hotel, as a source of pride for the inhabitants of the South Center of the country. Read More

Cuba has exported more than 10,000 tons of concentrated juice to Europe

Cuba has exported more than 10,000 tons of concentrated juice and fruits since the opening of a cold store in Matanzas port, in 2008. This guarantees top-quality preservation of the products. <br /> Read More

Cuba Excels in the Therapeutic Use of Honey Derivatives

The use of honey derivatives for the benefit of human health constitutes one of the achievements at world level of Cuban specialists in this field, pointed out experts in this capital. Read More

Cuban Oil Production On Course

Oil workers in the wells of Matanzas have extracted 205,000 tons of the crude in the first two months of this year, nearly 9,000 tons more than in the same period of time, in 2008.<br /> Read More

Advances in the Rehabilitation of the Visually Impaired in Cuba

The number of the visually impaired people rehabilitated in Cuba has risen to 18,000, since the creation of the National Association for the Blind (ANCI) a little over three decades ago. Read More