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US Small Business Administration Chief to visit Cuba

The head of the US Small Business Administration (SBA) Maria Contreras-Sweet will pay a working visit to Cuba June 20-21. Read More

Canadian company to build four luxury hotels and a golf course in Cuba

In the new context of reestablishment of Cuba-United States relations and politics of the Cuban government to open to foreign investment, the tourism sector seems to be the most interesting among foreign companies. Read More

Havana Club International promotes six new products in the Cuban market

Havana Club International S.A. is promoting 6 new products aimed at diversifying its market with the introduction of spiritual beverages commercialized on the island. Read More

Cuba and Vietnam to strengthen relations in construction

Cuban Construction Minister René Mesa and his counterpart Pham Hong Ha in Hanoi discussed the possibility of strengthening the relations in the field of construction, which is of paramount importance to Cuba in order to develop its infrastructure. Read More

Cuba and Curacao interested in strengthening commercial ties

The interest in strengthening commercial bonds between Cuba and Curacao was highlighted in Havana in the context of the visit to the island of Eugene Rhuggenaath, Minister of Economic Development of that country. Read More

Mitsubishi arrives in Cuba to stay

Several media say Japan's trading houses would have serious intentions to position in Cuba soon, before the United States end up gaining all the attention, thanks to the increasing easing of US sanctions. Read More

Western Union pioneers digital money transfer to Cuba

The Western Union Company today pioneered mobile and online money transfers to Cuba via the WU app and in the U.S., to move money into Cuba in minutes. Read More

Caribbean countries show interests in investing in Cuba

The Caribbean nations show a growing interest in having joint business with Cuba, after the coming into force of the Law on Foreign Investment in 2014, was reported today in Havana. Read More

Governor of Missouri: the embargo is a difficulty to establish solid business

Jeremiah W. Nixon, governor of the US state of Missouri, acknowledged that the persistence of the embargo imposed by the United States on Cuba is a difficulty to establish solid business. Read More

Cuba and Belgium ratify willingness to expand bilateral ties

Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Kingdom of Belgium, confirmed yesterday in Havana the strong and sincere friendship existing between his country and Cuba, and the possibility of extending cooperation to benefit both peoples. Read More

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