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Monthly Archives: July 2015

Cuando se pierden los huevos

Cuando se pierden los huevos REINALDO ESCOBAR, La Habana | 30/07/2015 Un día es el aceite de cocina, otro las frazadas de limpiar el piso o el detergente de fregar, pero siempre hay un producto que de buenas a primeras se pierde de los estantes y no aparece ni en los mercados racionados, ni en […] Continue reading

Alabama has a proud, rich history with Cuba, we should capitalize on it

Alabama has a proud, rich history with Cuba, we should capitalize on it Print Email By John Hammontree | jhammontree@al.com on July 30, 2015 at 11:25 AM, updated July 30, 2015 at 1:25 PM No one would ever confuse us with communist sympathizers, but Alabama has a surprisingly strong relationship with Cuba. In fact, over […] Continue reading

Análisis de la política fiscal en la economía castrista

Análisis de la política fiscal en la economía castrista [30-07-2015 22:39:48] Elías Amor Economista (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- La CEPAL acaba de publicar el Estudio Económico de América Latina y el Caribe, con el subtítulo “Desafíos para impulsar el ciclo de inversión con miras a reactivar el crecimiento”, en el que se recoge, como viene siendo habitual, un […] Continue reading

Eighty Percent of Las Tunas Province Is Facing Soil Erosion

Eighty Percent of Las Tunas Province Is Facing Soil Erosion / 14ymedio Posted on July 29, 2015 14ymedio, Havana, 28 July 2015 — Experts have just confirmed what peasants in Las Tunas Province already knew due to the declining yields of their harvests and the degradation of their land. Eighty percent of the province’s arable […] Continue reading

Cancer from High Levels of Metals in Reservoirs? (II)

Cancer from High Levels of Metals in Reservoirs? (II) / Cubanet, Ernesto Perez Chang Posted on July 29, 2015 Cubanet.org, Ernesto Perez Chang, Havana, 28 July 2015 – Between the years 2004 and 2007, 65 children from the Los Sitios neighborhood in Central Havana, 7 to 10 years of age, underwent testing in order to […] Continue reading

U.S. business slow to invest in Cuba; rules still evolving

U.S. business slow to invest in Cuba; rules still evolving By Mimi Whitefield The Miami Herald This article was published today at 2:06 a.m. MIAMI — Many barriers remain for U.S. businesses wishing to take advantage of thawing relations between the United States and Cuba. With a trade embargo still in effect, businesses are proceeding […] Continue reading

Investing in Cuba Renewable Energy

Investing in Cuba Renewable Energy The #1 Reason to Invest in Cuba Written by Jeff Siegel Posted July 28, 2015 Sunday marked the 62-year anniversary of the day Fidel Castro sparked the Cuban revolution. In Cuba, it’s called Día de la Rebeldía Nacional, or Day of the National Rebellion. In the U.S., most folks don’t […] Continue reading

Contaminated Aquifers, Cause for Alarm

Contaminated Aquifers, Cause for Alarm / Cubanet, Ernesto Perez Chang Posted on July 28, 2015 Cubanet.org, Ernesto Perez Chang, Havana, 23 July 2015 – Although they have not been properly disclosed, in spite of their great importance, numerous studies carried out repeatedly by teams of Cuban scientists have raised the alarm about the critical state […] Continue reading

Tensiones en el Congreso por proyectos de ley relacionados con Cuba

Tensiones en el Congreso por proyectos de ley relacionados con Cuba CHRIS ADAMS cadams@mcclatchydc.com WASHINGTON Un proyecto de ley que tiene por fin impulsar el comercio agrícola con Cuba fue aprobado en una comisión del Senado la semana pasada, y se unió a otra iniciativa que alivia las restricciones de viaje a la isla. Pero […] Continue reading

Ineficiencia gubernamental para las dietas médicas

Ineficiencia gubernamental para las dietas médicas [27-07-2015 20:21:57] Lázaro Ricardo Pérez García Periodista independiente. Revista El pinero libre (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- Nueva Gerona, Isla de la Juventud. La empresa gubernamental conocida como la Agroalimentaria no cumple la entrega de viandas para las dietas médicas del territorio pinero. La Unidad de Cultivos varios en la Isla de la […] Continue reading

Olleros Abogados crea una división especializada en Cuba y abrirá oficina en este país

Olleros Abogados crea una división especializada en Cuba y abrirá oficina en este país ELECONOMISTA VALENCIA22/07/2015 – 18:401 Olleros Abogados ha puesto en marcha un departamento especializado en Cuba, el Cuban Desk, para integrar toda su experiencia y conocimiento en la isla y desde el cual dirigir todas las operaciones que sus clientes desarrollen en […] Continue reading

Olleros Abogados and McDermott Will & Emery Coordinate Efforts to Serve Clients on Cuba-Related Matters

Olleros Abogados and McDermott Will & Emery Coordinate Efforts to Serve Clients on Cuba-Related Matters Spanish Law Firm Announces Creation of Cuba Desk, Intent to Open Office in Havana MADRID (JULY 22, 2015) – Following the renewal of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, leading Spanish law firm Olleros Abogados and McDermott Will […] Continue reading

Dejan a 81 familias de una cooperativa sin sueldos

Dejan a 81 familias de una cooperativa sin sueldos [26-07-2015 21:34:51] Lázaro Ricardo Pérez García Periodista independiente. Revista El pinero libre (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- El sindicalista independiente Jorge Andrés Contino residente en la Comunidad Agrícola 31 ubicada en la Carretera de Ciro Redondo declara que los trabajadores de esta cooperativa de nuevo tipo perteneciente a la empresa […] Continue reading

Resumption of U.S.-Cuba relations isn’t expected to set off a business stampede

Resumption of U.S.-Cuba relations isn’t expected to set off a business stampede BY MIMI WHITEFIELD mwhitefield@MiamiHerald.com With embassies now open in each country, it might seem that Cuba and the United States are ready to do business with each other. But there are still many barriers. Not only is a trade embargo still in effect, […] Continue reading

Trade with Cuba Could Help Nebraska Economy

Trade with Cuba Could Help Nebraska Economy Updated: Sat 10:22 PM, Jul 25, 2015 By: Max Massey For the first time in 54 years, the United States will have open trade with Cuba. Now according to the Nebraska Department of Agriculture’s latest survey, farming has contributed over $23 billion to the Nebraska economy. “We have […] Continue reading
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