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Economic development is a priority for the country

Concluded yesterday, with the presence of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee’s first secretary, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, and Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, was a two-day work meeting in Havana attended by Party first secretaries from all the county’s provinces and municipalities, as well as presidents of Provincial and Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power

The computerization of Cuban society is a reality

President Díaz-Canel agreed that the process is definitively underway, during a review of progress made in 2018 by the Ministry of Communications, participating as well in an evaluation of the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Environment’s work for the year

We must achieve harmonious and sustainable development

The President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, toured areas of the municipalities of La Sierpe and Trinidad as part of a government visit to the province of Sancti Spíritus

Council of Ministers analyzes national economic performance

Analyzed in a broad discussion led by President Díaz-Canel were the national economy’s performance in the first half of the year; the 2017 State Budget settlement; as well as exports, international credit, and foreign investment

A productive tour ends in Britain

After concluding his international tour with an official visit to Laos, President Díaz-Canel made a stop-over in London, Monday morning, and met with Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer and second ranking leader of the British government

Díaz-Canel reviews key development programs

Analyzed during the meetings were programs addressing the agriculture and livestock sector; food and beverage processing; as well as renewable resources and efficiency in energy use

COUNCIL OF MINISTERS MEETING

Sights set on the country’s development

Addressed were issues of vital interest, including efficient use of water; exports and foreign investment; the national auditing system; and progress on the year’s economic plan