Daily Archives: August 4, 2016
Cuba Continues Sending Doctors to Brazil and Venezuela / Juan Juan Almeida
Juan Juan Almeida, 28 July 2016 — In spite of certain comments, important desertions, crises, adjustments and a new renegotiation, the Government of Cuba will continue sending doctors… Continue reading
“Heavyweight” Words / Fernando Dámaso
Fernando Damaso, 1 August 2016 — “Never, forever, eternal, unchanging, unchangeable, untouchable, irrevocable,” and others of the same style are common words in the totalitarian lexicon. If we look at the speeches and public and… Continue reading
French company to manage Havana airport Europe 04.08.2016 By our dpa-correspondent and Europe Online
Havana (dpa) – Havana‘s international airport will be managed by the French company Aeroports de Paris, the Cuban Transport Ministry said Wednesday.
Cuba is privatising Jose… Continue reading
Cuba Offers Up Opportunities and Headaches for American Entrepreneurs by David DeVoss AUGUST 3, 2016, 11:52 AM EDT
Regulations are loosening in the Communist country, but the business climate remains uncertain.
Zach Smith built his $15 million travel business by… Continue reading
Cuba says 2 people apparently contracted Zika inside country Cuba says it has diagnosed the Zika virus in two people who appear to have contracted it inside the country, which has been largely successful in controlling the disease Aug. 4,… Continue reading
Our Views: Cuba is poor but a new market for Louisiana ADVOCATE EDITORIAL AUG 3, 2016 – 6:00 AM
While legal and political barriers remain, mere geography is on the side of Louisiana’s exporters when it comes to trade with… Continue reading
First U.S. company authorized to set up broadcast and film shop in Cuba
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. Cuba International Network (CIN) recently became the first U.S. company authorized to set up shop in Cuba to provide equipment and personnel there to… Continue reading
Four migrants arrive on Virginia Key Tuesday, border patrol investigating BY EMILY COCHRANE email@example.com
U.S. Border Patrol agents are investigating the arrival of four migrants on Virginia Key Tuesday morning.
Officials received reports from Miami police at about 10:20 a.m.… Continue reading
Cuban dissident becomes weak from hunger strike; church may step in BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES firstname.lastname@example.org
Internationally-known Cuban dissident Guillermo Fariñas is growing gravely weak from a two-week-old hunger strike to protest human rights abuses while the Catholic Church has… Continue reading
Cuba sees tourism rise, French will renovate Havana airport
More than 2 million tourists have visited Cuba this year, state media said Wednesday, putting the country on track for a record number of visitors bringing badly needed cash to an… Continue reading