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Cuba Is Running Short of Toilet Paper

<div align="justify"> &quot;The corporation has taken all the steps so that at the end of the year there will be an important importation of toilet paper,&quot; an official with state conglomerate Cimex said on state-run Radio Rebelde. The shipment will enable the state-run company &quot;to supply this demand that today is presenting problems,&quot; he said. </div> Read More

Facts in Cuba Contradicts U.S. Goals

<div align="justify"> Castro's resilience is astonishing if we consider that U.S. sanctions, in place since 1961, were significantly tightened after the end of the Cold War, at a time in which Cuba was coping with a deep economic recession after the demise of its former benefactor, the Soviet Union. </div> Read More

Cubans Become New Clientele of Resorts in Their Own Country

<div align="justify"> For years, Cubans were banned from checking in in the hotels of the island. That changed last year after Raul Castro put a stop to it. Now, Varadero is full of Cubans who are claiming their places in the sand alongside foreign tourists. </div> Read More

Are the Military in Cuba Becoming the Rulers of Economy?

<div align="justify"> The VI Communist Party Congress has been postponed indefinitely; retail stores have been entrusted to Gaviota, the military enterprise in charge of shuffling tourists areound; more state businesses are in the hands of the military. </div> Read More