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Foto: Roberto Carlos Medina / Trabajadores.

“Upgrading” of all Cuban enterprises

Cuban state-run enterprises will be more independent from the State although they will be under the charge of the Council of Ministers, after the coming into force of new regulations seeking to improve the management and efficiency of the country’s … Continued

Por en Economy and Business

Cubans waiting for consular procedures at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, in April 2017. Photo: Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters.

Cuba concerned about migratory relations with U.S.

  Cuba and the United States held a new round of migration talks in Washington in which Cuba expressed “its most profound concern” about the impact on migration relations between the two countries by U.S. “unilateral, unfounded and politically motivated” … Continued

Por en Society

Billboard: The End

The Havana Film Festival is about to come to an end so you better go this weekend to the movie theaters, to National Hotel or to the parties in La Chorrera. Live the Festival like if it was the last … Continued

Por en Culture

Photo: Jewel Samad /AFP / Getty Images.

Festival dedicated to Cuba at Kennedy Center

Washington’s John F. Kennedy Center for Scenic Arts announced the holding of a music, theater, dance and film festival about Cuba from May 8 to 20, 2018.

Por en Culture

Photo: Mar Vila / EFE.

Ice Cream Museum in Miami Beach

A temporary and fluid museum, like ice cream. That will not melt but will only be open from December 13 until mid-January.

Por en Society

U.S. Embassy in Havana. Photo: Desmond Boylan / AP.

New evidence contradicts “acoustic attacks”

New evidence related to the alleged incidents that affected U.S. diplomats and their families in Havana point to dismantling the hypothesis of the “acoustic attacks,” managed until now by the media and government sources from that country as the cause … Continued

Por en Society

Photo by Tria Giovan

The “Special Period” again, in photos

The Cuba of the “Special Period,” as the deep economic crisis into which the island fell after the collapse of the socialist camp in the 1990s is euphemistically known, is the one captured by U.S. photographer Tria Giovan with her … Continued

Por en Breves de Economía, Culture

Photo by Claudia Garcia

Cuba: a billion for cruise and airline companies

Cuba will become a market of close to a billion dollars for U.S. airline and cruise companies, according to the projections of 2017, 2018 and 2019 of the U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council. According to a report published this Monday, … Continued

Por en Economy and Business

Billboard: See to believe

This week main course is, of course, the International Havana Film Festival in its 39th edition already. Time flies right! Well, during the Festival we’ll be in more than 12 movie theaters so you can see more and more movies. … Continued

Por en Culture

New U.S. representative in Havana

President Donald Trump’s government named Philip Goldberg to head the U.S. Embassy in Cuba, according to sources linked to the topic. A career diplomat, Goldberg has a long experience in several countries and was described this Monday by a U.S. … Continued

Por en Society

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