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Cuba attracts the attention of cruise lines

A bilateral symposium held in the Cuban capital November 28-29 provided the opportunity to exchange experiences and evaluate the development of the cruise industry in Cuba

Cuba-China relations at all-time high

Interview with the Director General of the department of Latin American and Caribbean Affairs at China’s Foreign Ministry, Zhu Qingqiao

The Asian bank competing with the IMF

The creation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is part of China's plan to reanimate the ancient Silk Road, and encourage trade and economic cooperation with other countries of Europe and Africa

ASIA IN 2017

The world looks to the East

The impressive development achieved by the countries of the Asian continent in recent years has resulted in a greater global influence, thus allowing us to envisage a change in the international power balance

Cities that risk running out of water

Cape Town’s devastating drought has placed it at a “point of no return,” according to City Mayor Patricia de Lille, and it could become the first major city in the modern world to run out of drinking water

Timor-Leste adds fuel to its economy

Timor-Leste recently held its fourth presidential election, an event analysts consider a reflection of stability in this young nation of just over a million inhabitants

Vietnam and Cuba: Examples of what socialism can achieve

Cuba and Vietnam, separated by thousands of kilometers and with different historical and cultural realities, are examples of the successes of socialism, when it is defended and built with the support of the majority of the people.

Vietnamese party leader pays tribute to Ho Chi Minh

The General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), Nguyen Phu Trong, on March 28 paid tribute to the Vietnamese revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh, in a park that bears his name in the Cuban capital

The flip side of Japanese devotion to work

Work-related deaths are a phenomenon of such magnitude in Japan that they were officially recognized by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare as a health risk in 1987