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U.S. shift on Cuba will have impact on Caribbean trade, tourism

San Juan, Puerto Rico.- The United States’ plans to restore full diplomatic relations with Cuba – and potentially lift its longstanding economic embargo on the Communist-ruled island  will have a major impact on the Caribbean trade and tourism sectors, said David Bernier Puerto Rico’s secretary of state, in an interview ...

Historical shift in U.S.and Cuba relations

Calgary.- The USA and Cuba have agreed to establish diplomatic relations and open economic and travel ties, announced Wednesday afternoon by both President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro.

Cuba and United States normalize bilateral relations

Havana.- The announcement made simultaneously by Cuba and the United States on the normalization of bilateral relations and the return home of three Cuban antiterrorists unjustly held in US prisons since 1998 made headlines in Cuba.

Interested in Investing in Cuba?

In Cuba, with the coming into force of Law 118/2014 on Foreign Investment, there has been an increasing interest by potential investors in exploring business opportunities. The Feasibility Study is an Indispensable Piece in the Process. Some of them have already gone through the first regulated steps for the approval ...

Non-State Sector Integrates with Cuban Tourist Offer

Non-state tourism in Cuba continues developing based fundamentally on a broad network that extends from one tip of the country to the other made up by some 7,000 rooms for accommodations and more than 2,000 “paladares” (the popular name given to private restaurants).