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English: new priority for Cuban education

The newspaper Granma, official organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, announced among the priorities for the 2015-2016 school year, which began on September 1 on the island, the English language proficiency. Read More

Cuba begins conservation program in Varadero

Beaches, hotels, unspoiled ecological environments and overflowing wildlife are the features that define the resort of Varadero that, along with dolphin and other attractions, is the largest tourist destination in Cuba. Read More

Spain advises Cuba on private sector economy

Officials of the Tax Administration of Cuba traveled to Madrid to train under the tutelage of the State Tax Administration Agency of Spain, which marks the beginning of cooperation between the two countries to improve the Cuban presence in the private sector. Read More

Cuban Vice-President stresses historic relations between China and Cuba

Cuban first vice-president Miguel Diaz Canel said in Beijing that relations between Cuba and China are historical and on that basis they develop supported by the political will of the leaders of the two nations in all stages of the revolutionary processes that take place in both countries. Read More

Cuban bank to offer loans to self-employed without collateral

The emerging Cuban self-employed sector will have access to loans up to 10 thousand Cuban pesos to be granted by the Banco Popular de Ahorro (BPA), in an effort to boost the use of external sources of financing by them. Read More

Chile looks for increasing trade with Cuba

Chilean foreign minister Heraldo Muñoz is heading a large business and official mission in Cuba in a bid to strengthen bilateral links and explore new business and trade opportunities. Read More

Chilean food and beverage products to try enter Cuban market

The event Sabores de Chile will take place next Thursday at the Melia Cohiba hotel, in this city, to take advantage of the visit to Cuba of an important business and government delegation from the South American country, led by its Foreign Minister Heraldo Muñoz. Read More

Obama evaluates a "wide range" of options to close Guantanamo

US President Barack Obama is considering a "wide range" of options to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay (Cuba), one of his presidential promises yet to be fulfilled and priority for his final two years in office, according to statements made today by Josh Earnest, spokesman for the White House. Read More