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Company from Alabama authorized to settle down in Mariel

Cleber Company from Alabama, owned by businessmen Horace Clemmons and Saul Berenthal, has become the first US company to receive authorization to establish a manufacturing and assembly facility in Cuba. Read More

Human rights issues to be debated tomorrow between EU and Cuba

The European Union (EU) and Cuba will hold tomorrow in Brussels the first meeting of the structured dialogue on human rights to determine the modalities of that part of their renewed relationship, including an agreement on political dialogue and cooperation. Read More

Tourism to Cuba would affect 20% of the one visiting Bahamas

The rapprochement between the US and Cuba and the imminent influx of tourists to the island threatens to affect 20% of Americans who visit the Bahamas, said on Tuesday the publication Tribune 242. Read More

Singapore 's Minister of Foreign Affairs highlights Cuban scientific development

Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam, Singapore ’s Foreign Affairs Minister, highlighted today in this city the development of Cuba in medicine. Read More

Argentina and Cuba reaffirm mutual support in international forums

Hector Timerman, Argentine Foreign Minister, and Marcelino Medina, Cuba’s first deputy minister of Foreign Affairs, reaffirmed yesterday mutual support to causes and sovereign claims of their countries in international forums. Read More

Former US Secretary of Commerce pro new policy toward Cuba

Carlos M. Gutierrez, former CEO of Kellogg Company and former Secretary of Commerce during the administration of President George W. Bush, said in an opinion article that the members of that political group must put aside past positions and join the steps that the White House is taking toward Cuba. Read More

Cuba aims to have 110,000 tourist rooms by 2030

The growth of international tourism in the first quarter of the year, coupled with greater local demand in the summer, is forcing authorities to consider a growth in accommodations that could reach 110,000 rooms by 2030. Read More

The Capitol of Havana opened for guided tours during the restoration

The monumental building of the Capitol of Havana, under construction for more than two years, will open its doors to guided tours in July to show the progress of the restoration process, announced on Tuesday the city historian, Eusebio Leal. Read More