Radio Cadena Agramonte
Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Economy


  • Agricultural and economic projects boosted in Villa Clara

    Agricultural and economic projects boosted in Villa Clara

    Jibacoa, Villa Clara, Aug 26 - The Jibacoa Agroforestry Company, located in the Escambray Villa Clara, keeps the economic assets of impact on national development safeguarded, in the face of the onslaught of tropical storm Laura that are already being felt in this part of the central geography, predicted to be more affected by the weather phenomenon.

  • Scientific community of Villa Clara for industrial and agricultural development

    Scientific community of Villa Clara for industrial and agricultural development

    Santa Clara Aug 14 - The Villa Clara community of researchers promotes the industrial and agricultural development of the territory, as a mechanism to guarantee local self-sufficiency of food and other basic items.

  • Cuba-Venezuela Agricultural Project Challenges U.S. Blockade

    Cuba-Venezuela Agricultural Project Challenges U.S. Blockade

    Caracas, Aug 6 - The relaunching of the agri-food project between Venezuela and Cuba is today a challenge to the U.S. blockade and a reaffirmation of the two nations' sovereignty, assured Urban Agriculture Minister Gabriela Peña.

  • Cuba allocates multimillion budget to fight Covid-19

    Cuba allocates multimillion budget to fight Covid-19

    Havana - Cuba has so far allocated more than a billion pesos in the fight against Covid-19, a considerable figure in the midst of the world crisis, exacerbated in the island by the blockade imposed by the United States.

  • First foreign tourists arrive in Cuba in post-Covid stage

    First foreign tourists arrive in Cuba in post-Covid stage

    Ciego de Avila -  Under strict health security and protection measures, the Jardines del Rey International Airport on Cayo Coco, in central Cuba, welcomed the first foreign tourists during the post-Covid-19 recovery stage.

  • Foreign tourists will enjoy nature in Jardines del Rey

    Foreign tourists will enjoy nature in Jardines del Rey

    Ciego de Ávila, Jul 29 - International tourists visiting Jardines del Rey, north of Ciego de Ávila, after the reopening after COVID-19 will have guarantees of outdoor enjoyment and attractive non-hotel products.

  • Cuba promotes economic development plan until 2030

    Cuba promotes economic development plan until 2030

    Havana - Cuba promotes the development of its economy with a program devised until 2030 that strengthens work in the municipalities, according to what was revealed following the most recent meeting of the Council of Ministers, which approved the National Development Plan Economic and Social until 2030; the Policy to promote territorial development, and the Food Sovereignty and Nutrition Education Plan.

  • Agroforestal in Santiago de Cuba expands sales to the foreign exchange market

    Agroforestal in Santiago de Cuba expands sales to the foreign exchange market

    Santiago de Cuba, Jul 24 - The Agroforestry Company Gran Piedra Baconao in Santiago de Cuba (Forsan) expands the offer of its products in virtual stores and others of the CIMEX chain, in response to the need to earn exportable lines and contribute foreign currency to the country's economy. 

  • Cuba, Spain strengthen bilateral trade

    Cuba, Spain strengthen bilateral trade

    Havana, Jul 16 - The Chamber of Commerce of Cuba (CCC) and its Spanish counterpart on Wednesday addressed in a virtual meeting the strengthening of joint works, in order to promote their bilateral trade.

  • Entities of the gastronomy sector in Holguín join the proposals of the summer 2020

    Entities of the gastronomy sector in Holguín join the proposals of the summer 2020

    Holguín, Jul 13- The Mayabe Valley recreational complex , located on the outskirts of the Holguin capital and one of the most comprehensive in terms of gastronomic and recreational services in the eastern province, is inserted into the summer 2020 program under the measures sanitary hygiene oriented in the country within the post-COVID-19 recovery phase.