The Havana Reporter No.7

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Obama in Havana: A New Impulse for Cuba-U.S. Relations

Published on: Cuba
Obama in Havana: A New Impulse for Cuba-U.S. Relations

The historic visit made by U.S. President Barack Obama to Cuba from March 20 to 22 has given the people in the United States who are in favor of lifting the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed against the island a new burst of energy.

Carlos Acosta to Dance in Cuba Again with His Own Company

Published on: Culture
Carlos Acosta to Dance in Cuba Again with His Own Company

Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta declined the opportunity to create his own company in London in order to form his own company in his country, with dancers trained under the rigor of the Cuban ballet school.

Havana Information Technology Convention Success

Published on: Health & Medicine
Havana Information Technology Convention Success

The XVI edition of the International Computerization Convention 2016, concluded successfully in Havana, with workshops, conferences, a trade fair and exchanges between experts having taken place, allowing Cuba to display the manner in which the process the computerization of society is unfolding.

Cuba-E.U. Relations Move Towards Consolidation

Published on: Cuba
Cuba-E.U. Relations Move Towards Consolidation

Relations between Cuba and the European Union (EU) took a step towards their medium and long term consolidation through agreements reached at the VII session of ministerial political talks between the EU and this country.

New York Forum Explores Business Opportunities in Cuba

Published on: Economy
New York Forum Explores Business Opportunities in Cuba

NEW YORK.- The headquarters of the Nasdaq stock market located in this North American cosmopolitan city hosted the Second Cuba Opportunity Summit; a forum organized by Wharton Business School in order to bring the North American business sector up to date with the business possibilities on the island.

Life Seen Through Travels

Published on: Culture
Life Seen Through Travels

Three lives account for an equal number of walls in a peculiar vision that connects migrations and travels with culture. This is the case of ‘Travels’, an exhibition that Irish Padraig Tarrant has on display at Havana’s Center for the Development of Visual Arts, open to the public from March to April.

Future Cuba-U.S. Cooperation in Agriculture

Published on: Cuba
Future Cuba-U.S. Cooperation in Agriculture

HAVANA.- Cuba and the U.S signed an agriculture sector related memorandum of agreement that aims to foster cooperation in support of advances in trade, productivity and food security in the Caribbean country.

Cuba’s Nature and Heritage Feature in International Tourism Trade Show in Paris

Published on: Tourism
Cuba’s Nature and Heritage Feature in International Tourism Trade Show in Paris

PARIS.- Nature, heritage and quality service are some of the assets of Cuban tourism that this country showed during the International Tourism Trade Show in Paris, France’s main promotional fair within the tourist sector, celebrated from March 17-20.

Cuba’s Cemeteries: Beauty and History

Published on: Photo Featured
Cuba’s Cemeteries: Beauty and History

The development of tourism in Cuba attracts people interested in the monumental works seen in many of its cemeteries, which they can now visit thanks to guided tours that unveil the secrets of their graveyards.