Cuba has attracted a lot of international attention over the last couple of years since the relationship between the United States and Cuba has been in the process of re-examination. As a result, the Cuban tourism industry has been brought into sharp focus. ... More »
The United Arab Emirates, a federation of seven emirates, has shared diplomatic relations with Cuba since 2002. The relationship commenced and was formalized by an agreement signed in Cairo in that year. In October 2009, the UAE Foreign Minister, Abdullah bin ... More »
South Korean industry giant Samsung Electronic announced at the FIHAV 2016 they will open up a shop in Havana by the end of this year. The planned location of the Samsung store is 3rd Avenue and 70th Street in Miramar in the western part of… You must be signe... More »
On June 14, 2016, AP news agency reported that Stonegate Bank of Pompano Beach in Florida would issue the first US credit card intended for use in Cuba. This is wonderful news for the innovative, trailblazing Stonegate Bank, and also for Cuba and American tour... More »
Wind Farms and Solar Power Wind farms and solar power make up Cuba’s green energy strategy to the year 2030. According to data from the University of Turku’s Finland Futures Research Center, Cuba had installed infrastructure to produce 6,000 megawatts of ele... More »
Minister Gustavo Rodriguez Rollero, from the Ministry of Agriculture (MINAGRI), is currently on an official visit to the United States, attended a meeting at the Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. He is also to meet with Michael Scuse, Acting Deputy Secre... More »
We all know how vital brand promotion is in today’s business world. In this article from Reuters we learn of the difficulties of brand promotion and marketing in Cuba for the expanding private sector. From a distrust of capitalist consumerism to the high cos... More »
Strolling along the Obispo in Old Havana, one can find numerous artists’ studios. If you’re in search of a piece of Cuban art to take home, head towards this very famous street, often packed with both tourists and locals. Many of the little shops along Obispo... More »
Since Cuba opened up its island to tourism in the 1980s, interest in Cuban art has taken hold of the world’s imagination. Local Cuban artists in various cities and towns throughout Cuba began to sell their art to tourists during the early days of tourism. Thi... More »
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