Radio Cadena Agramonte
Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Economy


  • Highly nutritious crops

    Highly nutritious crops

    By Raysa  Mestril GutiérrezWe, the people of Camagüey, should be proud that from our land new forms of biofortified rice, beans and sweet potatoes were internationally presented, as a result of researches conducted in several provinces of Cuba, with the collaboration of Agrosur program. Inst…
  • Camagüey at the Forefront of Suburban Agriculture Program in Cuba

    Camagüey at the Forefront of Suburban Agriculture Program in Cuba

    By Oscar González Vázquez/ Radio Cadena Agramonte

    Finding a viable and stable solution in the supply of food to a population which exceeds 300 thousand inhabitants, is the goal of a program known here as suburban agriculture. The experience underway in the outskirts of Camagüey city should be spread to other provinces of Cuba.

  • Cuba: Best Prepared Society to Face World Economic Crisis

    Cuba: Best Prepared Society to Face World Economic Crisis

    For Luis Orlando Nápoles Arrieta, vice president in Camagüey of the National Association of Economists and Accountants (ANEC), the Cuban society is the best prepared nation to face the effects of the current economic crisis.

  • Alisur Feedmill Guarantees Aquaculture Rise

    Alisur Feedmill Guarantees Aquaculture Rise

    By Esther Borges Moya              Photo: Orlando Durán Hernández Alisur Feedmill raises near the city of Santa Cruz del Sur, a 54 000 inhabitants municipality that is located some 80 kilometers south the city of Camagüey. It is a clean and compact building that welcomes the visitors…
  • Tínima, a giant amid Cuban breweries

    Tínima, a giant amid Cuban breweries

    By Gleybis Gómez Durba                              Photos: Isván Cano Hidalgo The Brewery “Tínima” has been a brewing colossus in Cuba since 1985. The company was opened on December 23rd, in salutation to the 144th Anniversary of Ignacio Agramonte and to the Thir…
  • Cubacatering in Camagüey: National Vanguard of the Transport Trade Union

    Cubacatering in Camagüey: National Vanguard of the Transport Trade Union

    By Pablo Cabero Viamontes. As soon as the landing wheels of the red and white Canadian registered Boeing 737 touches the strip of the International Airport Ignacio Agramonte in Camagüey, the workers of that terminal prepare for serving the passengers of the flight. For such a purpose, the staff (42…
  • My father’s hands

    My father’s hands

    By Enrique Milanés León.Sometimes, when I evoke the days gone by, my father returns from death. I always see him coming from the distance, growing up against the horizon. In these remittances, my brother Ivan and I run to reach him, as we just did some 30 years ago, and each one of us take one han…
  • Producing milk a deep-rooted tradition in Camagüey

    Producing milk a deep-rooted tradition in Camagüey

    By Yamylé Fernández Rodríguez. 
     
    Cattle raising is as deep-rooted in the traditions of the people of Camaguey as the Tinajón itself, kind of clay ornament that is distinctive to this Cuba's eastern province.

  • Subsidized Milk for the Cuban Children, a Challenge of the Livestock Farmers in Camagüey

    Subsidized Milk for the Cuban Children, a Challenge of the Livestock Farmers in Camagüey

    By Lucilo Tejera Díaz.    The social responsibility of the Cuban livestock farmers is huge. Each day they have to provide the subsidized milk that over 1,2 million children from two to six years of age consume. Other people who receive this benefit are those going on dietary restrictions because…
  • World Food Crisis, a Nightmare for Millions

    World Food Crisis, a Nightmare for Millions

    By Barbara Suarez Avalos.

    Nowadays many people are worried because of the world food crisis. In the list of those who haven’t gotten a wink of sleep, there are Heads of States, Nobel Prize Laureates, scientists, economists and even those, who partially informed, do not wash their hands of the urgent situation our planet is facing.