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A step forward in Cuban technology

As part of the process of digitalization of Cuban society, an unprecedented project has emerged: the assembly of latest-generation laptops and tablets in Havana. Leading the initiative is Fernándo Fernández, who spoke with Granma International

Quality and technologies to benefit the country

The CTEC’s greatest contribution comes from the Tropicialization Laboratory (LABET), recognized by Cuba’s National Accreditation Body (ONARC), which offers services at two main facilities focused on electro-technical issues and corrosion

Inside Cuba's steelworks

Cubana de Acero, a Basic Enterprise Unit (UEB) of the Metallurgical Industry Enterprise Group's Steel Transformation Enterprise celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2016, and continues fabricating to order for Cuban industry

Cuba acts to protect environment

SANCTI SPIRITUS.—Cuba’s efforts to protect the environment and promote sustainable development were highlighted in this province in the context of a national event

Cuba publishes annual report on blockade damages

The report to the United Nations General Assembly on Resolution 71/5 entitled “The Necessity of Ending the Economic, Commercial, and Financial Blockade Imposed by the United States on Cuba” was recently released, exposing the extensive damages suffered by the island


Sancti Spíritus deserves the honor of this celebration

José Ramón Machado Ventura, Party central committee second secretary, visited health care facilities in the province, while First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez toured other sites in the provincial capital

Díaz-Canel visits central province

On a visit to the municipality of Cabaiguán, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez highlighted the importance of linking agricultural production with proper distribution as a means to counter high prices in the sector

Cundío, the man who saw 76 harvests

More than just admiration for his veteran status, Francisco de Paula Rabí, Cuba’s oldest sugar worker at the time of his death, left his compañeros with a tough record to beat


Construction workers roll up their sleeves

Construction workers in the province are involved in multiple projects, leading up to the upcoming July 26 celebration of the 63rd anniversary of the assaults on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Garrisons.

Venezuelan ship arrives in Santiago de Cuba with aid following Hurricane Matthew

During the welcome ceremony, Milagro Rodríguez, counselor of the Venezuelan Embassy in Cuba, speaking on behalf of President Nicolás Maduro, noted the affection and fraternity expressed through 327 tons of equipment and various materials that will contribute to restoring damaged areas