After decades of hostile relations, a trade delegation is headed from Tel Aviv to Havana in search of opportunities to invest in and develop new business in Cuba.
Author Archive | Larry Luxner
For a brief period during and after World War II, Cuba became a world center for diamond cutting and polishing thanks to European Jews who escaped the Nazis.
Alzugaray says the Cuba policy that the Trump administration announced in June is is ‘more bark than bite.’
For the world’s largest cruise line conglomerate, Cuba is a tiny market. But Carnival didn’t hesitate when the opportunity to cruise there arose.
The Cuban Ambassador discusses the future of U.S.-Cuba relations.
As the Caribbean island that the U.S. never left, Puerto Rico has existed in a kind of parallel universe to Cuba. Now it wants to position itself as a conduit to its Hispanic soulmate—if it can.
The initial commercial flights to Cuba were to provincial cities, far from Havana—and far less expensive than the capital.