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June 19th

Oettinger Davidoff wants to return to Cuba

The prestigious cigar producer Oettinger Davidoff opens the door to a possible return to Cuba, after the announcement of the restoration of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States last December. Read More

An ad against the embargo appears on American television

"Isn’t it time for a change?” A TV commercial concludes with that question that reminds Americans in 30 seconds their travel ban to Cuba and the about six billion dollars in business that US companies lose by the embargo. Read More

Granma and CubaDebate among the most viewed websites in Cuba

In an article published recently by the popular technology journal PC Magazine, CubaDebate (6th place) and Granma (10th) are included as major news sites of the Internet in Cuba and the most preferred by users of the Island. Read More

Gowaii will open two hotels in Cuba

The touristic group Gowaii, present on the island for nearly twenty years in the business of receiving tourists, now plans to expand its presence in Cuba and open two hotels, one in Havana and another in Varadero. Read More

WI-FI rooms in 35 points of Cuban territory will be opened, ETECSA announces

In the coming weeks the Telecommunications Company in Cuba (ETECSA by its Spanish acronym) will open 35 internet rooms with wireless technology in public spaces around the country. Read More

Cuba can become the Singapore of the Caribbean

In a document essay of the Center for Studies and Research of Defense in India, the investigator Rajendra M. Abhyankar says that Cuba can become the Singapore of the Caribbean, after the break the US government has offered with its new policy toward the island. Read More

June 18th

Another Mexican company authorized to invest in Mariel

The Cuban government has authorized the Mexican company DEVOX General Paint to install a paint factory at Mariel megaport, jointly built by Cuba and Brazil in 2014 and which is already working with another firm of Mexico, said on Tuesday the Mexican Foreign Ministry. Read More

Talks between Cuba and the US continue without agreement or date on embassies

During the daily press conference to be held in the State Department, John Kirby said on Wednesday that talks between Havana and Washington are going in a positive direction, but denied there was an agreement or a specific date to announce the establishment of diplomatic missions in the two capitals. Read More

Cubans on the island can study in the US

Two college entrance exams will soon be offered in Cuba to study in the United States, which shows the interest of the educational institutions of that country to recruit future students of the communist nation, reported on Wednesday the Wall Street Journal. Read More

Cuba only wants to buy natural seeds to USA

Cuba is willing to buy seeds to the United States but will not accept transgenic ones because it cannot control its bio-safety and rejects any marketing restrictions imposed by producers. Read More