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Iberia airlines to start daily flights to Havana from June 2

From Thursday June 2, Iberia will start daily flights from Madrid to Havana, a year after operations between the two cities restarted with five weekly flights in June 2015. Read More

Cuban delegation starts visit to the US

A Cuban delegation headed by Agriculture Minister Gustavo Rodriguez will visit the United States on June 1-3, 2016, at the invitation of the Secretary of Agriculture, Thomas Vilsack. Read More

American mayors travel to Cuba to boost business

A delegation of the Conference of U.S. Mayors visiting Cuba expressed its willingness to contribute to the improvement of relations between the two countries and called for the lifting of the embargo on the island. Read More

Direct interconnection agreements signed between Cuba and the US

The Cuba Telecommunications Company S.A. (ETECSA) and T-Mobile U.S.A., announced on Monday the completion of negotiations and the signing of agreements on direct interconnection for the international exchange of voice traffic between Cuba and the United States. Read More

Carnival Cruise not selling Cuban cruises to Cuban-Americans

Starting in May Carnival plans to offer trips from Miami to Cuba. Carnival Cruise is the first company approved to make the trip in more than 50 years, but it is not selling tickets to Cuban natives. Read More

Cuban self-employed people will participate in Communist Party Congress

Humberto Simon Palomino, local resident of the eastern city of Manzanillo will propose a look at collective non state workers at the 7 th Cuban Communist Party Congress to run from April 16th to the 19th. Read More

Cuba and Belgium to strengthen commercial bonds

Entrepreneurs from Cuba and Belgium will meet on Tuesday in this capital to find new business opportunities, on the occasion of the visit to the island of Geert Bourgeois, Minister-President of the Government of Flanders. Read More

Cuba: 2-Currency System

Cuba is a country with one political party and two currencies. There are CUCs, or convertible pesos, mainly for tourists and the wealthy. And there are Cuban pesos, which is what almost all Cubans are paid in — and what they use daily. Read More

Entrepreneurship is the future of Cuba

Meet the Cuban entrepreneurs who told President Barack Obama their stories in Havana Read More

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