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Cuba mentioned again in Viajes and in the editorial of The New York Times

The New York Times publishes again a series of articles and editorials about Cuba and US policy toward the island. Read More

Havana Club wants to sell in the US

Raul Castro´s government has asked the United States to allow the French- Cuban group Havana Club to sell in US territory, claiming that the ban on imports of its product violates the rules of the World Trade Organization. Read More

Cuba estimates economic growth of 4% in the first half of 2015

The gross domestic product (GDP) of Cuba grew about 4% in the first half of this year, according to Raul Castro’s government estimates released today by official media. Read More

Havana Biennial concludes with many lights

The 12th Havana Biennial ended yesterday with a very positive balance, especially with regard to attracting a massive and diverse audience. Read More

Hemingway, another bridge between Cuba and the United States

The National Council of Cultural Heritage of Cuba and Finca Vigia American Foundation will join forces again to protect the legacy of Ernest Hemingway in Cuba, with the construction of a space to restore and preserve the belongings of the writer in Vigia Farm, where he lived. Read More

Ferries waiting for Cuba’s permission to dock at its quays

Last month, the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Treasury Department granted permission to at least five American ferry companies to travel to Cuba. However, the Cuban government has not give permission for them to dock at its quays. Read More

Fidel Castro reappears in meeting with Diosdado Cabello

Diosdado Cabello, President of the Assembly of Venezuela, not only met with President Raul Castro during his most recent visit to Cuba: he also went to listen to Fidel Castro to Punto Cero. Read More

Spain opens new line of loans for investment in Cuba

The Spanish Development Finance Company today announced the opening of a line of public funding for projects of 40 million euros (45.4 million dollars) of Spanish companies in Cuba until 2017 and may be extended. Read More