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Commerce and Credit Bank supports self-employed workers

Despite being the institution which has provided the greatest amount of financing to self-employed workers, the number of beneficiaries represent barley 5% of the close to half a million registered self-employed workers in the county

Cuban civil society condemns U.S. blockade

Representatives of Cuban civil society, along with those from regional and international organizations, reiterated their condemnation of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the U.S. on Cuba for more than 50 years

Cuba takes second place in European Judo Open

Cuba’s men’s squad took second place on the country medal chart of the European Judo Open, held in Cluj, Romania, with an outstanding performance by Iván Silva who won the 81 kilograms division

Cuba looking to triumph in Toronto 2015

The Cuban delegation to the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto participated in the official flag-presentation ceremony at the José Martí Memorial in Havana, attended by Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers, and a member of the PCC Political Bureau.

The economic slowdown has been reversed

President Raúl Castro noted that GDP was up 4.7% by the end of June, at the close of the plenary session of the National Assembly of People’s Power

Cuba joins international response to Ebola

After meeting in Geneva with World Health Organization director general Margaret Chan, Cuban Health Minister Roberto Morales said that given the history of Cuban international collaboration, particularly in healthcare, Cuba has been asked to join the group of countries which will provide an initial response to the Ebola epidemic in Africa.


U.S. blockade impacts key sectors of Cuban economy

The U.S. economic, financial and commercial blockade of Cuba, the longest in history, causes daily difficulties for Cubans, and impacts key sectors of the economy. October 27, the UN General Assembly will consider a resolution demanding an end to the policy, for the 24th time