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Cuba and Japan promote commercial cooperation

On October 2, business executives and directors from Cuba and Japan assessed the possibility of increasing commercial cooperation and establishing new agreements, during the Cuba-Japan Economic Conference held over two days in Havana.

Forestry benefits Cuban economy

Charcoal, pine oleoresin, forest seeds, sawn timber, pallets and wood chippings feature among some of the products sold internationally

Italian airline expands flights to Cuba

The Italian airline Neos is considering a new flight to the central province of Villa Clara, while another Cayman Airlines flight between Holguín and Georgetown will be added November 28

Chinese tractors support Cuban agriculture

Cuba’s acquisition of 587 tractors from the Chinese company YTO, a leader in the manufacture of farm equipment, is an encouraging development for the country’s food producers

No cases of Ebola in Cuba

Dr. Manuel Santín, national director of the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP) epidemiology department reported on August 16, in Havana, that no cases of the viral infection Ebola (EVE) had been detected on the island.

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.

Almost 80% of Cuban children with leukemia treated successfully

Almost 80% of children with leukemia in Cuba have been cured of this type of cancer, the most frequent among children worldwide, according to Dr. Sergio Machín, Hematology specialist and clinical pediatrician at the country’s Hematology and Immunology Institute (IHI), who explained that this accomplishment is on a par with results in developed nations.