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Tabaco Torcido Habana Company stands out for its results

The company Tabaco Torcido Habana becomes the most comprehensive of Group by its economic performance. Read More

Cuba could be forced to pay compensation for expropriation

Republican senators Marco Rubio and David Vitter introduced a bill on Tuesday to demand Cuba to "face pending legal claims and unpaid credits" it has contracted with the US before easing travel and trade restrictions on the island. Read More

US hopes to increase contacts with Cubans when embassy to be opened.

Roberta Jacobson, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, said on Wednesday that her diplomats’ contacts in Havana with Cubans of all ideologies "will increase" when an embassy in Cuba to be open and urged the US Congress to lift the embargo to the island. Read More

4th. round of US-Cuba talks to be held today in Washington

After the announcement on December of restoring their relations, US and Cuba hold today a fourth round of talks, which will be focused on overcoming obstacles and define practical measures for the opening of embassies in their respective capitals. Read More

Guinea president said goodbye to the last group of Cuban doctors and nurses who faced Ebola

Today at noon, a few hours before the final return to Cuba after the successful completion of its mission, the last group of members of the Cuban Medical Brigade arrived in this country last October to support the fight against Ebola was received by Professor Alpha Conde, President of the Republic of Guinea, at the "Sekoutoureya" Presidential Palace. Read More

Serbian President decorated Fidel before his departure from Cuba

"It was a great visit. I was with my friends, with the people who, as the Serbian one, appreciates their freedom", said last night President Tomislav Nikolic, at Jose Marti International Airport, at the end of his official three-day visit to the island. Read More

Cuba opens an account in South Florida

The Interests Section of Cuba in the United States has opened an account at the Stonegate Bank in Pompano Beach, in Broward County, north of Miami, after that in 2014 it ran out of banking services in this country, several local media said on Wednesday. Read More

There are few stubborn voices in Washington against trade with Cuba, said Cuba Engage Coalition

American political activists advocated today in Washington by an effective change in the projection of the government of their country toward Cuba, including an end to bans on travel and trade with Cuba. Read More

President of El Salvador to Cuba for trade and cooperation

Salvadoran President Salvador Sanchez Ceren will pay an official visit to Cuba on May 26 and 27 to review trade issues with his counterpart Raul Castro, said on Tuesday the Foreign Minister Hugo Martinez. Read More