President Raúl Castro closed the National Assembly of People’s Power third period of ordinary sessions with a speech offering a snapshot of the country’s current economic situation, and addressing the international situation, in addition to its impact on Cuba.
Cuba and the United Kingdom signed investment deals worth approximately 400 million dollars, relating to agriculture, energy and infrastructure for tourism, among other sectors
Given the talent with which its members interpret great songs from Cuban and U.S. music, Voces negras (Black voices), a new Cuban group, has been appearing regularly at Havana’s most popular night clubs.
Venezuela’s Minister of Communication and Information (Minci), Ernesto Villegas, stated that the struggle against the U.S. blockade imposed on Cuba for almost 60 years is also a struggle for humanity
Leaders of Cuban enterprises recently met with their counterparts from Spain and Hungary, who arrived in Cuba with senior officials interested in investment opportunities on the island, particularly in the Mariel Special Development Zone.
Spain’s Trade Minister Jaime García-Legaz Ponce stressed the interest of Spanish firms in contributing to development in Cuba, at a time when unprecedented economic changes are underway
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Royalton to open second five-star hotel during coming winter season
The General Customs of the Republic (AGR) of Cuba and the Ministry of Finance and Prices (MFP) released four new resolutions, which will go into effect September 1, 2014, in order to regulate non-commercial imports entering the country.
Some 88.3% of eligible voters cast ballots during the first round of mid-term elections, on April 19, to select delegates to Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power
Cuba is at a crucial moment in the updating of the organizational and operational model of its economy, so as to make its socialist system more just, viable and efficient.
Spain is Cuba’s third biggest international trading partner; it is the country’s principle EU business associate; and is the nation with the greatest number of accredited entities on the Island, 196 in total