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Cuban official press reveals corruption in Mariel area

The official press of Havana municipality of Artemisa recognized the numerous acts of corruption occurred in the Mariel Development Zone, specifically in the Mariel Construction and Assembly Company. Read More

Microsoft: the Cubans are "hackers by nature"

Microsoft just launched a project that aims to provide more resources for Cuban access to technology and particularly the Internet. Read More

International Course on Dengue in Cuba

The 14th edition of the International Course on Dengue will be hold at the Institute of Tropical Medicine Pedro Kouri, from 10 to 21 August. Read More

US Congressmen present a bill to end the embargo on Cuba

The US Republican Congressman Tom Emmer and Democrat Kathy Castor presented on Tuesday a bill to end the economic embargo on Cuba for almost 55 years ago and allow US private companies to trade freely with Cuba. Read More

Cuba and China advocate for greater economic relationship

Cuban Foreign Trade and Investment Minister Rodrigo Malmierca, who concludes today an official visit to China, and his counterpart, Gao Hucheng, called for increasing economic and trade relations. Read More

Hillary Clinton asks to lift the embargo against Cuba

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will ask on Friday to Congress to lift the embargo on Cuba during a planned visit to South Florida, where she will participate in two public events, her campaign office reported today in a statement. Read More

Spanish franchise JYN's wants to come to Cuba

The Spanish franchise JYN's based in Murcia is in talks with the Cuban government to open an own store in the Caribbean nation. Read More

Cienfuegos plans to build ten golf courses

Luxury tourism is a target of the Cuban government, which hopes to raise $ 822 million to build golf courses throughout the island and has begun to define where some of them will be located. Read More