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Minister Márquez: Hundred Venezuelan companies export to Cuba

A credit facility of about USD 220 million has enabled more than 120 Venezuelan firms to export commodities to Cuba, said State Minister for Integration Gustavo Márquez. The dealing line was established through the Foreign Trade Bank (Bancoex). Read More

Cubas tobacco harvest looks promising

Several favorable factors suggest that this years recently initiated tobacco season may be one of the best in the last few years. Read More

Cuba and China sign biological cooperation agreement

An agreement between Cuba and China in the biotechnology sphere, now with the preparation of Neuro-technological products, was signed last night. Read More

Leading up to the 24th Havana Trade Fair

More than 750 companies from 43 countries and official delegations from 11 nations Read More

World's most expensive smoke, but is it the best?

It's the world's most expensive cigar -- $440 each and it only comes in boxes of 40 -- but is it the best? Nobody knows because no one has smoked one. Read More

Havana Fair to host 43 nations

The Organizing Committee of the 24th International Havana Fair (FIHAV 2006) confirmed the attendance of 1,000-plus companies from 43 countries at Expocuba from October 30 to November 4 Read More

Ethiopia: Ethio-Cuba Joint Commission session opens

<p class="story-body" align="left">State Minister of Finance and Economic Development (MoFED) Mokonnen Manazewal said that the Ethiopian government is exerting all efforts for the realization of agreements reached with Cuba in the economic, science and technology, trade, education, health and sports sectors. Read More

Cuba and China explore more business opportunties

The 4th Session of the Cuba-China Joint Entrepreneurial Commission wound up Tuesday in China with the signing of a plan of action for 2007. Read More

Cuba gets ready for a more efficient sugar harvest

Cuban Sugar Minister Ulises Rosales del Toro announced an increase in the number of sugar mills active for the upcoming harvest Read More

Set your watches

Cuba is going back to the regular schedule Read More

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