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Daily Archives: January 4, 2012

Suriname barter deals with Cuba pendingBy Stabroek editorWednesday, January 4, 2012PARAMARIBO – Suriname's exports to Cuba might get another dimension in the times ahead. Preparations are underway to strengthen trade ties with the island nation a... Continue reading
Key political risks to watch in CubaWed Jan 4, 2012 3:03pm GMTBy Jeff FranksHAVANA Jan 4 (Reuters) - Cuba has opened more of its retail services to the private sector and liberalized land lease terms so farmers can rent more state land and keep it in t... Continue reading
No Law, No Resolution, No Racism in CubaJanuary 4, 2012Maria Matienzo PuertoHAVANA TIMES, Jan 4 — I have a picture of my niece on the desktop of my computer. She's only a year old and a mulata, like me.What it means to be black in Cuba is summari... Continue reading
Cuba to grant home repair subsidiesBy Andrea RodriguezAssociated Press / January 4, 2012HAVANA—Cuba is launching a plan to subsidize the construction and repair of private homes, an effort the communist government hopes will lead to better use of lim... Continue reading
Historic Memory / Fernando DámasoFernando Dámaso, Translator: Unstated The historical memory of a people is essential to achieve cohesion and unity. It is formed by positive and negative events and by their main protagonists through the ages.... Continue reading
Zapata lives
Zapata lives
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No place to live