There’s nothing finer than smoking a Habanos cigar and the smoking hand wrapped at the wrist by a luxury watch. The Habanos and Zenith companies have partnered to launch a new watch, the Elite Moonphase. The first special edition of the redesigned Elite collec... More »
Western Union has suspended money transfers to Cuba for citizens residing in all other countries except the United States. The company was forced to take this action by the U.S. government but what happened behind closed doors is not public information. It is ... More »
A Florida judge has dismissed a second Helms-Burton lawsuit against another cruise line company, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Ltd. for allegedly trafficking in stolen property. US District Judge Beth Bloom for the Southern District of Florida granted the de... More »
The Helms-Burton lawsuit against MSC Cruises has been dismissed by a federal judge in Miami. Judge Beth Bloom of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida approved the MSC Cruises’ motion to dismiss the lawsuit alleging the line trafficked i... More »
This week, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel called on Cuban citizens to celebrate the achievements of their country despite the adversities the nation continues to face. On Twitter, Diaz-Canel mentioned the challenge is to achieve as much prosperity as possib... More »
The staff at Cuba Business Report would like to wish all of our readers greetings for this holiday season. May there be peace and joy. We wish you all the best this season has to offer with time spent with family and friends. The tourists, in their annual mas... More »
President Miguel Díaz-Canel made the announcement on Saturday that Cuba has a new Prime Minister. The Cuban minister of tourism Manuel Marrero Cruz has been nominated for a five-year term as the country’s first prime minister since 1976. He was approved unanim... More »
Today, member states of the United Nations 27th General Assembly (UNGA) voted on the resolution opposing the 60 year-old United States embargo/blockade against Cuba. The results are in – 187 member states favor ending the illegal U.S. embargo. Three states vot... More »
Cuba’s ambassador to Canada described it as “the most important [academic event] held outside Cuba” to consider the state of the Cuban Revolution after its first 60 years. And “The Cuban Revolution at 60” — last week’s major international conference at Dalhous... More »
On the early afternoon of June 16, 2017, Jeffrey DeLaurentis, the United States ambassador-designate to Cuba, sat in his office in Havana and watched TV as recently elected Donald Trump ripped up what the new US president called the Obama administration’s “ter... More »
When someone in the audience asked Dalhousie University neuroscientist Dr. Alon Friedman whether his conclusion — that Canadian diplomats in Havana had become ill after exposure to an insecticide used to fumigate against Zika virus — was “a fact or a theory,” ... More »
In 2015, early on in negotiations to reestablish relations between the United States and Cuba, an interviewer asked Cuba’s then-chief negotiator, Josefina Vidal, if the ongoing process of rapprochement could still be reversed. “My response then was that, ‘of c... More »
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