Toronto, October 19 - The Cuba Tourism Board has named Lessner Gomez the new Director of the Cuba Tourist Board in Toronto.
Havana, Oct 18 - Cuba is working at an accelerated pace to boost its economy amidst a scenario marked by increased hostility from the United States.
Havana, October 14 - The 23rd edition of MITM Americas International Fair dedicated to the segment of Congresses, Events and Incentives will be held at the National Hotel of Cuba from Monday through Thursday, the 17th.
Havana, Oct 12—Cuba´s Permanent Mission to the United Nations on Friday denounced in New York that the intensification of the U.S. blockade against Cuba has serious negative repercussions on tourism, a strategic sector in the economic and social development of the country.
Toronto, October 11 --Cuba’s resorts are fully operational and ready to welcome Canadian vacationers this winter, Cuba’s Tourism Minister, Manuel Marrero said, and he regretted some consumer media reports to the contrary.
Buenos Aires, Oct 7 - Cuba's flavor and authenticity have attracted visitors at the International Tourism Fair of Latin America (FIT 2019), where the Caribbean nation is promoting a safe, unique, tropical island with great connections with Argentina.
Havana, Oct 5 - The President of the Government of the Russian Federation, Dmitri Medvedev, visited today facilities of a joint project developed here by Russian Zarubezhneft oil company and the Cuban Petroleum Union (Cupet).
Beijing, Oct 3 (Prensa Latina) South Korean giant Samsung - the world's leading smartphone brand - closed its plants in China due to the rise of national brands, and thus follows other foreign firms that have left this market, local press reported on Thursday.
Washington, October 1 - US citizens can still visit Cuba under the category of 'support for the Cuban people', either independently or on an accompanying tour, The New York Times said yesterday.
Washington, September 29 (RHC)-- The White House is considering delisting Chinese companies from United States stock exchanges, said three separate sources to Reuters. The move would be a major escalation in trade tensions between the world's number one and two biggest exporters.