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Two bills on Cuba rival in the Senate

The battle over Cuba in the Senate presented its credentials on Tuesday with two bills that promise a long stretch of hostilities between supporters and opponents of Washington’s new policy toward Raul Castro regime. Read More

Cuban Juantorena has a visa to attend the Ponce Grand Prix in Puerto Rico

Alberto Juantorena, president of the Cuban Athletics Federation and former Olympic champion in men’s 400 and 800 meters (Montreal 1976 ), will attend the Ponce Athletics Grand Prix starting on Saturday May 23 in Puerto Rico, reports the web site Read More

Few people at Havana seawall promenade in US-Cuba regatta

The friendly regatta between American and Cuban athletes was held from noon until about 2 in the afternoon on Tuesday May 19, in the stretch between the Nacional Hotel and Deauville Hotel. The event was organized by the city hall of Key West in the US and Hemingway International Club in Cuba. Read More

Havana Club Rum would change its name to enter US market

The restoration of relations between Cuba and the United States and the possibilities of trade between them pose new problems to solve. Precisely for that, the company Havana Club International SA registered in 2011 the brand Havanista and two years later, in 2013, introduced the new product with the authorities of HCI. Read More

Cuba found a bank for its accounts in US

The Interests Section of Cuba in Washington already found a bank, thus overcoming another obstacle to the resumption of bilateral relations with the United States, according to sources from the State Department. Read More

American telecommunications companies in Cuba

A bill has recently been submitted in the United States Senate that would allow the entry into Cuba of telecommunications companies such as AT&T and Verizon and the provision of telephony and Internet services. Read More

US and Cuba to reach agreements on Thursday

United States admitted today that there will not be a "full" normalization of relations with Cuba until the end of the commercial embargo on the island, something that can only be "long-term" resolved, and hoped that the last obstacles to open embassies to be removed during the round of negotiations this week. Read More