Daily Archives: June 24, 2016
Remittances To Cuba A Record $3.3+ Billion in 2015 / EFE, 14ymedio
EFE (via 14ymedio), 23 June 2016 – The sending of remittances – money primarily from family and friends to Cubans on the island – has experienced the “most… Continue reading
Venezuela and the Years of Fidel Castro’s Hysteria / Iván García
Ivan Garcia, 16 June 2016 — It was a winter morning in 1978. The director of Antonio Maceo secondary school — housed in the old Teachers’ Normal School in… Continue reading
American Airlines baja los precios a Cuba… solo por seis días junio 23, 2016 Martinoticias.com
La compañía aérea American Airlines venderá durante seis días pasajes a Cuba a precios más baratos, según un comunicado de la compañía que reproducen este… Continue reading
Flights to Cuba Are Officially On Sale—for Under $300 Written by Cynthia Drescher June 23, 2016
Scheduled flights are now on sale to several cities in Cuba, but act fast. As promised by a recent ruling of the U.S. Department… Continue reading
Texas ag embraces trade with Cuba Posted: Yesterday 11:43 a.m.
In the push for free trade with Cuba, Texas has managed to sell rice and other states have sold soybean oil. In turn, we have bought some coffee, but what… Continue reading
As Cubans rush through Texas, immigration policy questioned
From February to May, about 4,000 Cubans crossed over the Rio Grande River into Texas’ westernmost city. As they settle across the U.S., a broader immigration debate has emerged over whether Cuban… Continue reading
Can the armed forces act as a catalyst for a future of economic progress and political openness in Cuba? JOSÉ HUGO FERNÁNDEZ | Miami | 24 de Junio de 2016 – 1:34 am.
To believe in the possibility that the… Continue reading