U.S. travelers to Cuba report symptoms that resemble diplomat’s injuries. Travel groups hold event to say Cuba is safe for visitors. Sliding tourism arrivals follow record tourism year.
Author Archive | Nick Swyter
U.S.-made José Martí statue to debut in Havana. Spanish trade fair organization has role in two upcoming fairs in Cuba. What’s behind the poor cacao harvest of 2017?
Cuba’s bilateral trade with Venezuela has plummeted since 2011. But so has trade with most of the Americas.
New study says Cuba’s GDP is smaller than what the government reports. Castro nominated to be a candidate for a National Assembly seat. Cuba reported four law enforcement meetings with U.S. officials over eight days.
How Cuban entrepreneurs missed out in a record year for tourism. Cubans jam the Colombian Embassy in Havana in hopes of getting a U.S. visa. Cuba moves forward on a $1 billion golf resort.
U.S. tour groups speak out against Cuba travel warning. Where Cubans spend money in Panama. Chinese automaker to supply cars for Cuban rental car company.
How dozens of US citizens have acquired medical degrees in Cuba. A conservationist’s case for U.S.-Cuba cooperation. Spain’s Be Live adds three new Cuba hotels.
Holes in Cuba’s 2016 economic report. The role other countries can play in alleviating Cuba’s economic struggles. Products from Spain’s El Corte Ingles department store chain are being sold in Havana.
The prospects of economic growth in 2018. Hurricane Irma housing damage still visible. Cuba seeks 5 million tourists in 2018.