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New Mexico Gov Calls the Trade Mission to Cuba Productive [26 Aug 2009]  
New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson after meeting up with the top political and trade representatives of Cuba to promote agri-business has stated the exchanges among them were ‘very positive’. Richard  ...More
Tags: New Mexico     Cuba     agriculture    
EU Won’t Seek Regime Change in Cuba but Compliance to Rights [05 Nov 2009]  
A visiting EU official said after meeting with the Cuban President Raul Castro that the EU was not looking at a regime change in the communist Cuba, but expected progress on human rights for both side  ...More
Tags: EU    Cuba    Spanish    Raul Castro    Gucht    
US-Cuba May Hammer out a Deal Soon Despite Divergences [27 Apr 2010]  
The two events, the legislation passed by the US House of Representatives easing travel and trade restrictions and recent municipal election in Cuba suggest the US will end the 48yr-old embargo agains  ...More
Tags: US    Cuba    Barack Obama    rice    agriculture    
Botswana Identifies Cuba as Decisive Ally – Signs Pacts [11 Jun 2010]  
The three-day visit by the president of Botswana to Cuba has culminated in the signing of several accords including healthcare, education, sports and agriculture. The Botswanan President Seretse Khama  ...More
Tags: Botswana     Cuba     MoU     Trade     Medicine    
Sucre Gets Functional with Ecuador-Venezuela Trade [18 Jan 2011]  
The first shipment of crude palm oil from Ecuador to Venezuela has boosted a new trade currency regime in the Latin American region. Ecuador’s state-run National Development Bank (BNF) in its official  ...More
Tags: Ecuador    Venezuela    Cuba    Nicaragua    Sucre    Currency