What a great idea! Cuba’s Bank of Credit and Commerce (BANDEC) has come up with a brilliant new concept to launch a new prepaid debit card for tourists. It offers the convenience of no longer needing to walk around carrying l... More »
The company GEDEME is in the final stages of developing the first mobile phone prototype suited for use in Cuba with software and systems manufactured by Cuban institutions. GEDEME, the Cuban industrial group for information... More »
It started in November 1960 when Catholic priests handed out pamphlets to their congregations in churches throughout Havana. The priests said the information sheet, known as the Apocrifa, the Acts of Parents Authority, was pr... More »
Representatives of the Paris Club group of Cuba creditors and a Cuban government delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas met in Paris on June 9. The parties agreed to defer payments under the previous agre... More »
Cuba’s Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz arrived in Paris yesterday on an official visit that includes meetings with French government and business leaders. On Monday, Cabrisas met with Emmanuel Bonne, Diplomatic Advisor to the President of the Frenc... More »
NEYROS, a company of the Russian Federation, is a research institution in the SKOLKOVO Innovation Center of Moscow. The Company conducts research and development for new pharmaceutical drug candidates to treat neurodegenerative disorders such as age-related De... More »
In this interview, our second with Melbana Energy’s board of directors, CEO Andrew G. Purcell announces the Company’s new partnership. And the news is big in the oil world. Since 2015, Melbana Energy Limited (ASX: MAY) has been conducting oil exploration in th... More »
In early December we published a story on the rejection by the Cuban Academy of Sciences of the conclusions from the report presented by the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine of the United States (NASEM) on the so-called “Havana Syndrome.”... More »
In this interview with Cuba Business Report, Development Economist Dr. Emily Morris discusses GDP and economic development and the complicated task of transformation to the new economy of Cuba, among other topics. Dr. Morris is a research associate at the UCL ... More »
Vietnamese company Thai Binh Investment and Trading Corporation (Thai Binh), based in the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM), began manufacturing wet wipes, a high-demand product for the Cuban market. Distribution is expected to start up next week. Vi Nguy... More »
In a special presentation on Cuban television, Marta Sabina Wilson González, President of the Central Bank of Cuba (BCC) Yamilé Berra Cires, Vice-President, and Carlos Fernández de Cossío, General Director of the United States at the Ministry of Foreign Affair... More »
Kenya and Cuba have signed an Inter-Ministerial Cooperation Agreement that extends the provision of medical services and the training of doctors in the African nation. The original agreement was first signed in April 2018. Kenya’s Senator MuthaiKagwe and Cuba’... More »
As tourism slowly opens up across the globe in the post-Covid world, there are entry requirements for most destinations. Cuba’s new travel rules have been established to ensure a successful revival of the Island’s tourism industry and maintain the health and s... More »
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