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Cuba reaches three million visitors

Cuba reaches three million visitors

Cuba reached the three million international visitors on August 15, sixth days later than in 2018, informed the Ministry of Tourism

New video games developed in Cuba

New video games developed in Cuba

Two new video games, Coco Pak and Laberinto HD, aimed at people over the age of seven, are now available at the Ludox portal, according to Juventud Rebelde newspaper.

Cuban fine alcohol distillery in start-up phase

Cuban fine alcohol distillery in start-up phase

A modern distillery, which will produce fine alcohols of the highest quality for the national and international market, entered the start-up and technological adjustment phase in Aguada de Pasajeros, Cienfuegos.

Government sets price ceiling for private businesses

Government sets price ceiling for private businesses

After enjoying the news about the wage increase, the inhabitants of the eastern Cuban city of Las Tunas welcome another information that for a few years have been waiting: the setting of price ceiling on products sold by private businesses.

Over five thousand teachers return to classrooms after salary increase

Over five thousand teachers return to classrooms after salary increase

More than five thousand teachers have decided to return to the classroom after the salary increase, Education Minister Ena Elsa Velázquez wrote in her Twitter account.

Cuban Minister: U.S. blockade is the main hurdle to achieve Agenda 2030 in Cuba

Cuban Minister: U.S. blockade is the main hurdle to achieve Agenda 2030 in Cuba

Rodrigo Malmierca, Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, said at the United Nations that the U.S. blockade is the biggest hurdle in Cuba for the implementation of Agenda 2030.

Indian hotel chain MGM Muthu bets on Cuba

Indian hotel chain MGM Muthu bets on Cuba

MGM Muthu is firmly committed to Cuba, we believe it is one of the best tourist attractions in the Caribbean, said today Rafael Lopez, director general of the Indian hotel chain on the island and said they do not fear the Helms Burton Act.

Cuban Customs of the Republic denies rumors about change in dispositions

Cuban Customs of the Republic denies rumors about change in dispositions

The General Customs of the Republic of Cuba reiterated that the existing provisions on the customs clearance of travellers, and their belongings have not been changed.

Washington adds Cubametales to list of sanctioned companies

Washington adds Cubametales to list of sanctioned companies

The United States government included the Cuban company Cubametales in the list of those sanctioned on the island, this time because of its links with Venezuela.

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