Informacion economica sobre Cuba

Monthly Archives: August 2006

Cuba’s economic fate up in air
Updated 8/27/2006 11:05 PM ET
By Edward Iwata, USA TODAY

Millions of visitors to Havana have been entranced by the Cuban
capital’s resorts and restaurants, its centuries-old baroque and
colonial architecture, its malecon seawall… Continue reading

Posted on Sun, Aug. 20, 2006

Trouble with trademarks
Bacardi’s victory in the Havana Club trademark fight could spell trouble
for many other U.S. businesses
BY MATTHEW HAGGMAN
mhaggman@MiamiHerald.com

In 1918 the Aunt Jemima trademark was registered in Cuba, and… Continue reading

La economía cubana después de Fidel

Cuba requiere de inversiones extranjeras, ingresos por turismo, del
suministro preferencial de petróleo como de otras ayudas desde
Venezuela, y de la remesa de dólares del exilio a sus familiares, para
poder pagar sus… Continue reading

Posted on Fri, Aug. 11, 2006

CUBA AND CHINA
Similarities and differences on power, economy
By OSCAR ESPINOSA CHEPE
espinosachepe@yahoo.com

HAVANA — After President Fidel Castro’s startling proclamation, in
which he announced his delicate state of health and the temporary… Continue reading

Posted on Thu, Aug. 10, 2006

Cuba’s economy growing in pockets
By JANE BUSSEY
McClatchy Newspapers

In movies and memories, sepia-tinted snapshots depict the Cuban economy
of the past — sugar cane fields, bejeweled tourists in casinos, the
unmistakable presence… Continue reading

Will U.S. businesses be Cuba’s new compadres?
Castro’s departure could mark a new economic policy
David Armstrong, Chronicle Staff Writer

Thursday, August 10, 2006

With Fidel Castro apparently still ailing and his younger brother Raul
serving as Cuba’s leader, U.S.… Continue reading

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