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Posted on Thu, Feb. 02, 2006

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U.S. firms eager to test oil potential off Cuba
American energy executives this week will meet their Cuban counterparts
in the first private-sector oil summit between the two countries.
BY JULIE WATSON
Associated… Continue reading

MILITARY INVOLVEMENT IN THE CUBAN ECONOMY

During the past few years, the Cuban military has taken an
unprecedented role in running the economy on the island. The loss of Soviet
subsidies, the need to bring order to a crumbling economy… 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

China becomes Cuba?s second trading partner

HAVANA: China became Cuba?s second-largest trading partner after Venezuela in 2005, but Chinese companies worry about collecting payment for their increasing sales of durable goods to the island, a Chinese diplomat said on Friday.… Continue reading
Cuba Facts: The Infrastructure of Life in Cuba: Food, Water, Housing, and Electricity
2006-01-06 Issue 18 – December 2005

Cuba Facts is an ongoing series of succinct fact sheets on various topics, including, but not limited to, political structure, health,… Continue reading

Despite Government Efforts, Cubans Hold Tight to the U.S. Dollar
By Carol J. Williams
Times Staff Writer

January 1, 2006

HAVANA – More than a year after the communist government here replaced the
U.S. dollar with a convertible peso, the… Continue reading

Cuba hikes 2006 budget 32 percent
By Marc Frank
REUTERS
7:34 a.m. December 25, 2005
HAVANA ? The Cuban parliament late Friday approved a 33.3 billion peso budget for 2006, a huge 32 percent increase over this year’s spending of… Continue reading
Posted on Sun, Dec. 18, 2005

Cuba’s medical services becoming major moneymaker

BY RUTH MORRIS
South Florida Sun-Sentinel

VARADERO, Cuba – His medical degree hangs unassumingly between family pictures, above a television set that has seen better days. But the… Continue reading

U.S.- Cuba Food Trade Survives Difficult Year
Caribbean Island Importing More U.S. Food Despite Opposition and Payment Issues
By MARC FRANK

Dec. 19, 2005 ? Havana – “That is one big pile of wheat,” quipped Alan Tracy, the president of… Continue reading
Cuba’s medical missions making money for cash-strapped island

By Ruth Morris
Havana Bureau

December 18, 2005

VARADERO, Cuba · His medical degree hangs unassumingly between family pictures, above a television set that has seen better days. But the certificate has… Continue reading
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