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Monthly Archives: March 2010

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ECONOMY-CUBA: “What About the Changes?” By Patricia Grogg

HAVANA, Mar 31, 2010 (IPS) – Changes to improve the Cuban economy are not happening fast enough to satisfy people’s expectations, and instead appear to have got bogged down due to the… Continue reading

Posted on Wednesday, 03.31.10

University of Miami sets up mock Cuba crisis BY JUAN O. TAMAYO jtamayo@ElNuevoHerald.com

Just hours after Fidel Castro is buried, brother Raúl is killed in a coup. Fighting between army units is reported, and would-be refugees… Continue reading

WestJet announces scheduled service to Cuba CALGARY, Mar 31, 2010 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) —

Airline moves from charter to scheduled service on April 1

WestJet today announced it will fly between Toronto and Varadero, Cayo Coco and Holguin, Cuba,… Continue reading

Cuba's food woes worsenBy: The Economist29/03/2010 1:00 AM

Two years ago last month, Raul Castro formally took over as Cuba's president from his convalescent elder brother, Fidel. The switch raised hopes of reforms, especially of the communist country's long dysfunctional… Continue reading

Posted on Tuesday, 03.30.10A welcome word among Cuban exiles: `Unity'By Daniel Shoer Rothdshoer@ElNuevoHerald.com

He had neither bathed nor eaten since Saturday, March 20.

That day, angry and frustrated, Sergio Rodríguez Lorenzo dressed in white, climbed into the bed of his… Continue reading

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

US Agricultural Exports to Cuba Fall CUBA – Agricultural exports to Cuba declined by more than $180 million in 2009, down from a record $715 million in exports set in 2008, according to a Texas AgriLife… Continue reading

Cuba’s food woes worsen By: The Economist 29/03/2010 1:00 AM

Two years ago last month, Raul Castro formally took over as Cuba’s president from his convalescent elder brother, Fidel. The switch raised hopes of reforms, especially of the communist country’s… Continue reading

Posted on Tuesday, 03.30.10 A welcome word among Cuban exiles: `Unity’ By Daniel Shoer Roth dshoer@ElNuevoHerald.com

He had neither bathed nor eaten since Saturday, March 20.

That day, angry and frustrated, Sergio Rodríguez Lorenzo dressed in white, climbed into the… Continue reading

Posted on Tuesday, 03.30.10 Who really jailed Alvarez Paz? BY CARLOS ALBERTO MONTANER www.firmaspress.com

Oswaldo Alvarez Paz is imprisoned in Caracas, but the tip of the chain is in Havana. He is in a cell of the political police, denied… Continue reading

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