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Opened seminar about biomass gasification in Havana

The GEF-Onudi project for sustainable development: biomass gasification, which is carried out in the special municipality Isla de la Juventud, Cuba, is the central theme of the seminar to be held in the Palace of Conventions in Havana, where will participate representatives of Argentina, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and other countries. Read More

Cuba quake unusual, but recent Caribbean activity fairly typical

From earthquake-ravaged Haiti to the quiet northern coast of Cuba, the ground is moving Read More

Hackathon for Cuba kicks off in Miami Jan. 31

Problems with connectivity, censorship, costly service and the lowest cellphone and Internet penetration rates in the Western Hemisphere regularly limit information access in Cuba. For the first time in South Florida, a hackathon will bring together programmers to devise solutions Read More

Chinese Firm to Assemble Cars in Cuba

A leading Chinese automobile manufacturer will start assembling its vehicles in Cuba Read More

Cuba Produces 65 percent of Pharmaceuticals demanded by the Population

Cuba currently counts on good availability of medications with 65 percent of drugs being produced in the country thanks to local research and scientific development, said the head of the National Pharmaceutical Services Read More

Experts on Animal Production From Twenty Countries Will Meet in Havana

Experts from 20 nations will meet  in Havana  at a meeting aimed at fostering animal Production. Read More

U.S., Cuba Meet for Oil Spill Talks

<br />Representatives from the United States and Cuba will meet in St. Petersburg today as they near agreement on a plan Caribbean nations would follow in dealing with future oil spills that span borders. Read More

Cuba To Host International Meeting On Sustainable Agriculture

Cuba will host the 4th International Meeting on Agro-ecology and Sustainable Agriculture later this month to showcase its agricultural progress, local media reported. Read More

Cuba to Begin Daylight Savings Time

The clocks in Cuba get set back an hour early Sunday as the country goes in its daylight savings time mode until next March. Read More

Cuba Has Capabilities to Become Self-sufficient in Oil Consumption

Cuba looks forwards to reaching oil self-sufficiency in the long run, said the head of oil exploration of the state-owned Cubapetroleos&nbsp; oil company Read More

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