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Daily Archives: March 11, 2014

Hospitals, “You Are on Your Own” / Julio Cesar Alvarez Posted on March 11, 2014

About 50,000 patients get some kind of infections annually. Lack of running water in bathrooms, clean linens, surgical gloves and even lack of brooms are… Continue reading

Alcohol for Everybody / Juan Juan Almeida Posted on March 11, 2014

The workers of the Nauyú distillery of Ciego de Ávila, every day produce some 50 thousand litres of alcohol by making the best use of the final syrup… Continue reading

Cuba: Envisioning the End to Dual Currency March 10, 2014 By Milena Recio (Progreso Weekly)

HAVANA TIMES – One day, so far unknown but probably closer than imagined, will be “Day Zero” for the start of the process of monetary… Continue reading

Cuban MDs Relocated from Venezuela to Brazil March 10, 2014 Wilfredo Cancio Isla

HAVANA TIMES — Cuban medical brigades stationed in Venezuela are witnessing considerable reductions in personnel as a result of one of Havana’s current priorities: Brazil’s Mas Medicos… Continue reading

Wi-Fi for Cubans and Mobile E-Mail Service March 10, 2014 Isbel Diaz Torres

HAVANA TIMES – In April, Cuba’s phone company (Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba S.A., or ETECSA) will begin offering Wi-Fi services to Cuban users who can afford… Continue reading

Cuba: Envisioning the End to Dual Currency March 10, 2014 By Milena Recio (Progreso Weekly)

HAVANA TIMES – One day, so far unknown but probably closer than imagined, will be “Day Zero” for the start of the process of monetary… Continue reading

Investors Beware [11-03-2014 11:49:40] José Azel Investigador, Universidad de Miami

(www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- Since the 2006 announcement by the Cuban government that octogenarian Fidel Castro had transferred power to his brother Raul, there has been increasing speculation regarding political and economic changes… Continue reading

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