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Cuba Presents a Conciliative Facade to U.S. at UN

<div align="justify"> Bruno Rodriguez said Obama had taken &quot;positive&quot; steps&quot; by allowing Cuban Americans to travel and send money freely to the communist-ruled island. But he said many other issues had not been addressed, above all the 47-year-old U.S. trade embargo against Cuba, which the Cuban government blames for most of its economic problems. </div> Read More

Cuba Is Having Problems to Pay Farmers on Time

<div align="justify"> The public mea culpa came in a full page spread Monday in the state-run Granma newspaper, which acknowledged that the issue is a main cause of discontent in the countryside. It said that after an enormous effort to repay farmers that began in 2004, the problem has come up again. </div> Read More

Project of a Chinese Hotel in Cuba Is Eyeing U.S. Market

<div align="justify"> State-run Suntine International-Economic Trading Company of China and Cuba's Cubanacan hotel group are partners in the project, which will be a 600-room luxury hotel, the sources, who asked not to be identified, said over the weekend. </div> Read More

Russian and Chinese Cars Competing on Cuban Roads

<div align="justify"> Ministers, communist officials and police are switching their Ladas, with its stiff manual steering, for the smooth hydraulics of the Chinese-made Geely CK, a modern sedan that symbolizes the island's new alliance with Beijing. But Ladas still have their fans among the people. </div> Read More