The Havana Reporter No.12

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Missouri Companies Keen To Trade With Cuba

Published on: Economy
Missouri Companies Keen To Trade With Cuba

The visit by a delegation from the U.S. state of Missouri, led by its governor Jeremiah W. Nixon was an indication of the increasing number of U.S. companies who want to avail of the current trade opportunities in Cuba.

Beaches Protected Against the Effects of Global Warming

Published on: Health & Medicine
Beaches Protected Against the Effects of Global Warming

Cuba is implementing an ongoing series of scientific engineering interventions to protect the ecosystems on some 430 beaches at risk from rising temperatures on the planet.

Cuban Boxers Tame British Lionhearts

Published on: Sports
Cuban Boxers Tame British Lionhearts

Having eliminated the Astana Wolves in the VI World Boxing Series, the British Lionhearts team knew that their clash with Cuba would be a very different affair indeed.

Natural Disasters Inflict Multi-Million Dollar Losses on Latin America

Published on: Politics
Natural Disasters Inflict Multi-Million Dollar Losses on Latin America

More than 67 million people were affected by natural disasters between 2003 and 201 and losses surpassed $34 billion, accounting for one quarter of the total global impact of natural phenomena, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) revealed in a recent report.

Buena Vista Social Club Diva Steals the Show

Published on: Culture
Buena Vista Social Club Diva Steals the Show

Omara Portuondo no longer dances like she did during the early days of her career, but at 85 years of age, a few rhythmical steps and her extraordinary, clear and strong voice are enough for her to triumph on any stage.

A Cuban-Spanish Joint Venture Success Story

Published on: Economy
A Cuban-Spanish Joint Venture Success Story

The Cuban-Spanish Joint Venture, that deals with everything related to water management and supply in Varadero, is currently providing an excellent service to the Cuban resort and nearby communities and is showing a significant profit margin.

Caribbean Community Aims For Peace, Integration And Sustainable Development

Published on: Cuba
Caribbean Community Aims For Peace, Integration And Sustainable Development

During the 7th Summit of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) held recently in Havana, the Caribbean community ratified peace, integration, climate change and its consequences, and sustainable development as the focus of its common interests and key goals.

Holguín Province; Unrivaled Beauty and Cultural Wealth

Published on: Society
Holguín Province; Unrivaled Beauty and Cultural Wealth

Situated some 734km from Havana, the north-western Cuba province of Havana is home to an unrivalled cultural wealth of Aboriginal, Spanish and African origin.

Swimming with Dolphins in Varadero

Published on: Photo Featured
Swimming with Dolphins in Varadero

Swimming with dolphins is a new choice visitors can now enjoy in Varadero, Cuba’s largest beach resort, specifically in waters near Key Blanco, an extension of the Hicacos Peninsula.