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Friday, July 18, 2008

Raul Castro seeks alternatives to Venezuela

By LUIZ ALBERTO MONIZ BANDEIRA

BRASILIA — Raul Castro has begun a gradual process of changing Cuba's
economy and international relations. Within Cuba, he hopes to legitimize
his government by… Continue reading

Cuba
Anyone for cocktails?

Jun 26th 2008 | LONDON AND MEXICO CITY
From The Economist print edition
Outsiders bet that bigger changes are on their way

THE diplomatic sanctions imposed by the European Union after Cuba jailed
75 dissidents in… Continue reading

'China model' doesn't fit
Posted on Tue, Sep. 04, 2007
BY MAURICIO CLAVER-CARONE
mauriciojcc@msn.com

It is incumbent upon the free nations of the Western hemisphere to
ensure the success of Cuba's democratic-reform movement.

The 21st century began with multiparty democracies… Continue reading

THE FRENCH CONNECTION: HOW FOREIGN INVESTORS DEFY HELMS-BURTON
2007-06-14. Cuba on Focus, An Information Service of the Cuba Transition
Project, Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, University of
Miami, Issue 86, June 2007
Hans de Salas-del Valle*

A recent exposé… Continue reading

The band plays on as communist Cuba embraces heart of capitalism

The cigars are out, the beer flows and it's BMWs all round as Bavaria
puts aside ideological differences in $500m deal with Castro regime

Kate Connolly in Munich
Friday… Continue reading

Posted on Wed, Nov. 08, 2006

EMBARGO
Foreign banks in Cuba feel heat of U.S. regulations
The Bush administration’s vow to enforce U.S. regulations is stifling
Cuba’s ability to operate in international markets.
BY PABLO BACHELET
pbachelet@MiamiHerald.com

WASHINGTON – Weary… Continue reading

Prospecting In Cuba

October 2006, HISPANIC BUSINESS Magazine

By Jenn Holmes

With 80-year-old dictator Fidel Castro’s health in question, interest
within the United States has grown over what many see as Cuba’s
inevitable change in government – even if just… 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

The Moral Defence of Capitalism
2006-05-25
www.nuevaprensalibre.com

When something works, it endures. Nothing in the history of humanity has
lasted forever in contrast to the principles that govern evolution and
development. The capacity that enables the philosophy of capitalism to… Continue reading

Cuba’s economy

With help from oil and friends
Jan 13th 2005 | HAVANA
From The Economist print edition
Castro blunts Bush’s offensive

OFFICIALLY, 2005 has been dubbed “the Year of the Bolivarian Alternative” by Cuba’s communist government. No matter that… Continue reading

Money to burn: how a court case could halve the price of Cuban cigars
· Judgment expected this week in import dispute
· Ruling could open up European market
Richard Wray
Wednesday January 18, 2006
Guardian

The price paid by… Continue reading
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