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November 14th

Cuban charcoal has high demand in Europe

Charcoal manufactured in Cuba maintains its presence in markets in the European Union because it has excellent quality. Portugal, Italy and Spain are the main countries importing the energetic material that is made by artisans in various agricultural and forestry companies on the island. Read More

Culinary Festival "The Cuban Flavor"

As part of the celebrations for the 495th anniversary of the founding of the city, Old Havana hosts the V Meeting of rescue and promotion of culinary culture of Cuba, "The Cuban Flavor", from November 12 to 15 Read More

November 12th

Foreign Investment:main topic of FIHAV 2014

An estimated amount of  $8000 700 million in 246 projects are being negotiated in the International Fair of Havana (FIHAV 2014); these projects are mainly divided between the Special Development Zone Mariel (ZEDM) Read More

The celebration of Cuban Culture in Digital Media began in Havana

The V edition of the celebration of Cuban Culture in Digital Media was inaugurated on Tuesday November 11 at the Cuba Pavilion, in order to recognize the anonymous work of those who work long days in the generation and sharing of digital products and services. Read More

Marabana will receive 562 foreign

A total of 562 foreign riders have already confirmed their attendance at the 28th edition of Marabana to be held on Sunday, said Carlos Gattorno, race director. Besides that number of foreign representatives, confirmed their participation over two thousand contestants from Cuba. Read More

Jose Dariel Abreu, Rookie of the Year in the American League

José Dariel Abreu was selected as Rookie of the Year in the American League by an unanimous vote, also constituted one of the most greatest hitters in the majors in his first season after leaving Cuba. Read More

Returns the Hall of Fame of Cuban Baseball

The latest edition of the National Baseball Hall of Fame was held in 1961, and now, after 53 years of inactivity, researchers, journalists and sportscasters have decided to take up this initiative. Read More

The bureaucracy that exists in Cuba could come to an end

The Justice Minister María Esther Reus said the unnecessary bureaucracy that affects the legal formalities in Cuba should disappear. The certifications required by public entities must decrease in order to improve care and facilitate civil registry procedures. Read More

The Attorney General’s Office will enable a telephone line for public attention

The Attorney General's Office (FGR) has announced that it will set up a hotline to provide care to the population, and can access it from anywhere in the country marking the 0802-12345. Read More

Cuban soccer could reach the Copa America

On November 10 will begin the final phase of the Caribbean Cup in which Cuba try to keep his championship title, because if so classified for the Copa America Centennial, which in would compete for the first time against elite players. Read More