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Cuba bets on organic fertilizers

As part of a nationwide effort to expand the use of organic fertilizers in agriculture, Cuba has turned out nearly 5,000,000 tons of worm humus from January through October of this year. Read More

Cuba, Ecuador for energy cooperation

Cuban experts are studying the restructuring of Ecuadorian electric energy plants to facilitate the use of national fuel and thus contribute to the saving of millions of dollars in that nation. Read More

Creation of Third World software would shorten IT gap

Developing competitive software for the world market is the only way the poor countries have to gain effective independence from the developed world in the fields of computer science and communications Read More

Cuba to exchange TV programmes with Antigua

A team of officials from the Cuban Media and International Relations Department, including Cuban Ambassador Dr. Fajado Marcellino, met with Minister of Information Dr. Edmond Mansoor recently to explore other areas of cooperation between Antigua & Barbuda and Cuba. Read More

Cuba: Software, make it and sell it

Producing competitive software for the international market is the only way for poor countries to overcome dependence in information technology and communication, Cuban Science, Technology, and Environment Minister Read More

China passes cuban cholesterol drug

Chinese health authorities granted permission to polycosanol, a new anti-cholesterol drug made in Cuba, to be marketed in the Asian nation, Read More

Young cuban fourth in mental calculus olympiad

Yusnier Viera, the young Cuban from Havana who recently achieved two Guinness records for mental calculus, was placed fourth at the 2nd World Olympiad of that modality, which took place at the Mathematics Museum of Giessen, Germany. Read More

Italian Company to light up Havana Squares

C.R. Technologic System of Italy engages at present in manufacturing special lights to enhance the colonial architecture of Old Havana squares, business sources informed today. Read More

Archaeology course prior National Meeting on Regional History

Interesting archaeology subjects and the experience reached in this scientific activity by the Havana Historian's Office, were the contents taught by M.S. Beatriz Rodriguez Basulto, at a course lectured prior the 4th National Meting of Regional History organized by the Historian Office of the City of Camagüey. Read More

Cuba: brain drain in developing countries is caused by western nations

Cuba's Vice President of Council of State Carlos Lage Davila has put the blame on developed nations for the brain drain in developing countries, as he accused western nations of luring away large number of talented professionals from poor countries every year. Read More

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