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Daily Archives: December 2, 2010

Venezuela, Cuba the 'Axis of Mischief'By FRANK JACK DANIEL and ANDREW CAWTHORNE, Reuters

CARACAS – Cuban intelligence services directly advise Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in what a U.S. diplomat called the "Axis of Mischief," according to a State Department cable… Continue reading

Venezuela, Cuba the ‘Axis of Mischief’ By FRANK JACK DANIEL and ANDREW CAWTHORNE, Reuters

CARACAS – Cuban intelligence services directly advise Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in what a U.S. diplomat called the “Axis of Mischief,” according to a State Department… Continue reading

Cuba, N. Korea Owe $37Bln 01 December 2010

Cuba and North Korea owe Russia a combined $37 billion, more than half of all foreign assets claimed by the government, according to the preliminary prospectus for the country’s first sale of… Continue reading

Viva La Oil Revolution In Cuba! Tuesday, November 30, 2010

First Russia and now China have joined the growing list of foreign oil companies looking to profit from Cuba’s potential oil wealth.

Earlier this month, Russian state-backed energy firm Gazprom… Continue reading

Digital Central to Increase Phone Services in Cuba

SAGUA La GRANDE, Villa Clara, Dec 1 (acn) Cuban Telecommunications Company ETECSA recently finished installing a digital central in Sagua La Grande that will allow a remarkable increase in the telephone services… Continue reading

Cuba begins public debate of key economic overhaul By PETER ORSI HAVANA December 1, 2010, 1:48PM ET

Cuba on Wednesday began a public debate over landmark plans to lift the island’s struggling economy by liberalizing some private enterprise, streamlining its… Continue reading

Posted on Thursday, 12.02.10 On the cusp of a new social contract? BY MARIFELI PEREZ-STABLE MarifeliPerez-Stable.com

In April 2011, the Cuban Communist Party will finally hold its congress, almost 14 years since the last one. Only in wartime did the… Continue reading

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