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Venezuela oil exports to Cuba drop, energy shortages worsen
Marianna Parraga and Marc Frank

HOUSTON/HAVANA (Reuters) – Venezuela’s crude and fuel deliveries to Cuba
have slid almost 13 percent in the first half this year, according to
documents from state-run… Continue reading

Corruption Versus Liberty: A Cuban Dilemma / Dimas Castellano

Dimas Castellanos, 18 November 2016 — The evil of corruption–the act of
corruption and its effects–has accompanied the human species since its
emergence. It has been present in all societies and… Continue reading

Scots pair delivering Cuba’s first major renewables project
Written by Reporter – 27/04/2017 8:18 am

Two Scots, including the head of the biggest manufacturer of Harris
Tweed, are helping deliver Cuba’s first major renewables project.

A ground-breaking ceremony at Ciro… Continue reading

Commentary: Social justice in Cuba? No racism?
Javier Garcia-Bengochea
Guest Columnist

Privacy Policy
It ain’t what you don’t know that hurts you. It’s what you think you
know that just ain’t so … Hall of Fame pitcher Satchel Paige
paraphrasing… Continue reading

Lack of cash clouds Cuba’s green energy outlook
By Sarah Marsh | CIRO REDONDO, CUBA

Cuba, battling a chronic energy deficit, has all the sunshine, wind and
sugar to fuel what should be a booming renewables sector – if only… Continue reading

Very Little Unites Us / Fernando Dámaso

Fernando Damaso, 9 March 2017 — The Electric Union (UNE), the Cuban
State Electric Company, plans blackouts for repairs, maintenance and
tree pruning that affect its aerial networks. Generally, the extend from
8:00… Continue reading

Cuba’s self-imposed embargo is hurting Cubans more than the US embargo
By KATARINA HALL • 3/8/17 8:00 PM

At the end of January, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., introduced the
Agricultural Export Expansion Act aimed at removing restrictions on
United States… Continue reading

Invasive Marabou Weed, An Enemy That Became An Ally / 14ymedio, Bertha
Guillen and Ricardo Fernandez

14ymedio, Bertha Guillen and Ricardo Fernandez, Artemisa/Pinar del Rio,
9 February 2017 – When he was a boy, Jorge Luis Ledesma Herrera played
around… Continue reading

Meet the Entrepreneurs Breaking Into This Long-Forbidden Market
Less than 100 miles south of Key West sits a socialist country forbidden
from doing business with the U.S. for 57 years. Now it’s on the brink of
being opened to American… Continue reading

Cuba’s next chapter? Not so fast
Politics and Cuba’s own challenges make the island a distant prospect
for tree fruit growers.
Casey Corr // Jan 11, 2017

Cuba has an outsized presence in American culture.

The reminders begin when you… Continue reading

2016 was a truly historic year for Cuba
BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES
ngameztorres@elnuevoherald.com

The death of Fidel Castro marked the end of a truly historic year for Cuba.

After years of false rumors that he had died, the former Cuban… Continue reading

Fidel Castro is laid to rest – so what next for Cuba?
Harriet Alexander, santiago de cuba
6 DECEMBER 2016 • 4:55PM

In the hallway of his apartment building, with a statue of a Greek
goddess looking down, Josue Carmona… Continue reading

President Obama Continues To Loosen Cuba Sanctions
Last Updated: November 21 2016
Article by Andrea Fraser-Reid
Torres Law, PLLC

In December 2014, President Obama announced a shift in U.S. policy to
Cuba and initiated a process leading towards normalizing relations.… Continue reading

Cuban refinery cuts production in half because of drop in Venezuelan oil
BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES AND MARIO J. PENTÓN
ngameztorres@elnuevoherald.com

The oil crisis in Venezuela has struck at the center of Cuba.

The drop in Venezuelan oil deliveries to… Continue reading

Cuba’s Cienfuegos Refinery Reduced Production By Half Due to Cuts In
Venezuelan Oil / 14ymedio, Mario Penton and Nora Gamez Torres

14ymedio, Mario Penton and Nora Gamez Torres, Miami, 31 October 2016 –
Cuba’s Cienfuegos refinery, operated by Cuvenpetrol SA,… Continue reading

Deciphering new Cuba regulations: 5 changes that could prove significant
BY MIMI WHITEFIELD
mwhitefield@miamiherald.com

A restaurant franchisor or a U.S. distributor of tires could negotiate a
future contract in Cuba. A U.S. engineering or architecture firm could
work on a… Continue reading

Normalization of Relations With Cuba Is All But Irreversible Now
President Obama’s new directive mandates positive engagement, as opposed
to perpetual hostility, as the new modus operandi.
By Peter KornbluhTwitterYESTERDAY 2:37 PM

With just under 100 days remaining in office,… Continue reading

Rebuilding efforts underway in Eastern Cuba but U.S. hurricane aid rebuffed
BY MIMI WHITEFIELD
mwhitefield@miamiherald.com

For many residents of Baracoa, the Cuban city hit hardest by Hurricane
Matthew, it could be a long time before life returns to normal.

Two… Continue reading

Building Socialism in Cuba
As pressure for economic liberalization grows, what would it take to
turn Cuba into a socialist democracy?
by Samuel Farber

In July 2016, thanks to a 20 percent reduction in oil shipments from
Venezuela, Cuba’s economy… Continue reading

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