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Daily Archives: April 28, 2015

Cuba: The Pitfalls of Extradition / Juan Juan Almeida Posted on April 27, 2015

Juan Juan Almeida, 23 April 2015 — Havana promised the Bush administration that it would no longer accept fugitives from American justice such as Joanne Chesimard.… Continue reading

Severe Drought Plagues Cuba’s Westernmost Province

HAVANA – A severe drought affecting Pinar del Rio, Cuba’s westernmost province, has left reservoirs at only 28 percent of capacity and forced authorities to implement water-saving measures, official media reported Monday.

The situation… Continue reading

April 26, 2015 | by Michael K. Lavers

MCC founder to lead delegation to Cuba

The founder of the Metropolitan Community Churches this week will lead a delegation to Cuba that will meet with the island’s LGBT rights advocates and… Continue reading

US-Cuba trade hit decade low in 2014 AAP

US exports to Cuba hit one of their lowest points in a decade in 2014, a demonstration of the longstanding barriers to trade that will hamper President Barack Obama’s move to expand… Continue reading

5 Challenges to Doing Business in Cuba By Michael Muckian April 27, 2015

The emergence of cooperatives in Cuba and President Obama’s reestablishment of relations with the country has attracted the attention of U.S. cooperatives and credit unions. About the… Continue reading

Congress Moving to Improve Trade With Cuba New measures regarding credit would make it easier to export agricultural products. By Xiaolan Tang April 27, 2015 | 4:26 p.m. EDT

Congress has been moving swiftly on rule changes that could provide… Continue reading

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