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Daily Archives: May 6, 2014

How to Support Cuba’s New Entrepreneurs The administration should take several steps to cement economic ties with Cuba’s burgeoning businesses. By Susan Segal May 2, 2014

Changes in Cuba in recent years show the time is ripe for supporting entrepreneurship… Continue reading

Ill. Corn Growers want to expand trade with Cuba The Associated PressMay 6, 2014

BLOOMINGTON, ILL. — The Illinois Corn Growers Association wants President Barack Obama to expand trade opportunities between the U.S. and Cuba.

In a statement Monday, the… Continue reading

Cuba: The Country of Alzheimer’s May 5, 2014 Verónica Vega

HAVANA TIMES — After watching Away From Her, a touching film about Alzheimer’s disease, that mysterious and devastating affliction whose depredations I’ve experienced up close, I can’t help ask myself… Continue reading

Two Pastry Shops in Old Havana May 5, 2014 Interview with the owner Katia Bianchini By Irina Pino

HAVANA TIMES — A cozy ambiance, soothing background music, a place where friends can meet and talk, people can read and imagine… Continue reading

Cuba, France sign accord to increase trade Published May 05, 2014 EFE

Cuba and France on Monday signed an agreement to increase bilateral trade with a short-term line of credit, Cuban official media said.

The accord was inked by Cuba’s… Continue reading

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Congress members visit American jailed in Cuba THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

HAVANA — Four U.S. House members have met with an American government subcontractor who is serving a 15-year prison sentence in Cuba.

The delegation includes U.S.… Continue reading

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Zapata lives
No place to live
No place to live