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FITCUBA 2016

Tourism in Cuba: A (re) encounter with culture and comfort

As the best attended edition of this leisure industry event came to a close, reports indicated that more than 5,000 individuals from 59 countries had participated in the 36th International Tourism Fair, FITCuba 2016

RICHMEAT: ONE OF THE FIRST IN MARIEL

Mexico contributing to meat production in Cuba

Responding to the Cuban market is the main goal of the Mexican company Richmeat, whose subsidiary on the island, Richmeat of Cuba, is one of the first eight entities authorized to operate in the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM)

Cuba offers the world healthcare alternatives

BioCubaFarma, a 100% state owned entity, founded on the country’s highly-skilled professionals and committed to ensuring the population’s health, has been enjoying positive results over the last 50 year

An innovative design cooperative

Once the establishment of non-agricultural cooperatives in Cuba was approved in 2013, the 20-member “Decorarte” cooperative was launched as the only initiative of its kind devoted to design, advertising and interior decorating

SAHIC-CUBA 2017

An excellent climate for investment

SAHIC-Cuba concluded yesterday, meeting expectations with 225 participants from 20 countries in attendance, representing the world's most important hotel chains and investors in the travel and leisure industry

AlaMesa: Promoting Cuban culinary culture

For over six years, without fail, AlaMesa has released a weekly bulletin that reaches the mailboxes of users with information about new establishments, culinary experiences, help-wanted announcements, etc

With little cold, less lobster

The La Coloma Industrial Fishing Company (EPICOL), located south of Pinar del Río, reported a production shortfall of about 300 tons in the 2015 lobster catch, of which 90 - 95% is exported

Cuban tourism better connected to the world

The encouraging statistic shows that the sector's performance surpassed plans by 6%, since a total of 3.8 million international visitors had been projected