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Daily Archives: April 1, 2014

Publicado el lunes, 03.31.14

Ley de Inversión: más frenos que avance CARLOS BATISTA AFP

LA HABANA — La nueva Ley de Inversión Extranjera de Cuba, aprobada por el Parlamento el sábado, enfrenta frenos que pueden afectar la llegada de capitales… Continue reading

Bursting Cuba’s Sugar Cane Biomass Bubble March 26, 2014 Erasmo Calzadilla

HAVANA TIMES — What’s really going on with renewable sources of energy in Cuba? The island’s official press is brimming with optimism in this connection, but, do we actually… Continue reading

Brazilian authorities seize cocaine Updated: 08:28, Tuesday April 1, 2014

Brazilian police have seized 3.7 tonnes of cocaine and arrested 23 people in a major anti-drug operation.

The dismantled racket used containers to export the drugs from the port of… Continue reading

Students can travel to Cuba for research Posted on Mar 31, 2014by Whitney Lynn

Students will have the opportunity to attend class in Cuba during the inaugural expedition this summer. Though the United States currently has a travel embargo on… Continue reading

Cuba’s athletes get pay raises Published March 31, 2014 EFE

Cuba reported on Monday the entry into force of the announced salary hikes for athletes, coaches and specialists in the sector, whose incomes will depend on the results and awards… Continue reading

Posted on Tuesday, 04.01.14

Cuban blogger Sanchez to address Latino event BY LAURA WIDES-MUNOZ ASSOCIATED PRESS

MIAMI — Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez is scheduled to address a mix of fellow journalists, filmmakers and corporate PR execs at this year’s annual… Continue reading

Posted on Monday, 03.31.14

Adolfo Suárez and the dream of a free Cuba BY CARLOS ALBERTO MONTANER ELBLOGDEMONTANER.COM

In 1990, I asked Adolfo Suárez for help. At the time, I had made a political calculation that the former prime minister… Continue reading

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