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Cuban Ambassador to China, Carlos Pereira, affirmed that the tariff conflict, the U.S. effort to forge its doctrine of "Chinese threat" and to maintain the economic, commercial and financial blockade against his country, confirm the two nations' common struggle for self-determination.

President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, said during with the Governments that there has been insufficient reaction capacity in the implementation of the measures approved to improve the management of the socialist state enterprise. The obstacles that hinder this management are always questioned, but today there is more agility in the presentation of measures that facilitate than in their application.

Members of Cuban migration organizations forming the Martiana Alliance Coalition in Miami condemned at the Cuban Friendship Institute (ICAP), in Havana, the blockade imposed by the United States on the Caribbean island.

Antonio Carricarte, Cuban first deputy minister of Foreign Trade and Investment, and Abdulhamid Alkhalifa, director general of the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) signed a Loan Agreement in Havana today.

Fifty percent of the flights at Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz International Airport in Camaguey, Cuba, will be affected as of December 10, with the withdrawal of JetBlue Airways and American Airlines, as consequence of the measures announced by Donald Trump administration.

Manuel Marrero, Cuban Minister of Tourism, who is on a working visit to the People's Republic of China, held several meetings with executives of the sector in that nation, aimed at fostering Cuba as a safe destination for those interested in this Asian country.

VARADERO, Nov. 11 (ACN) Russian market is strengthened in the main tourist center of sun and beach in Cuba, Varadero, and an example is the growing flow of those customers at the hotel Iberostar Tainos, of the Gran Caribe chain, which is now at 96 percent occupancy, in the early days of the so-called high season of tourism.

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