First VP Machado Ventura Tours Important Entities in Cienfuegos

José Ramón Machado Ventura, First Vice-president of the Cuban councils of State and Ministers, toured on Saturday several facilities of the petrochemical area in Cienfuegos

Machado Ventura Calls for Optimum Efficiency

To do one’s best in each place with efficiency is vital for the country’s development, expressed in this city on Friday Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, First Vice-president of the councils of State and Ministers

Oil Workers in Central Cuba Reach High Yield

The Oil Drilling and Extraction Company of Central Cuba (EPEP-C) has extracted this year more than 6,645 000 barrels of crude, and expect to close 2010 with one of its largest productions

Cuba: More Than Half of Newer Land Lessees Are Young People

More than 50 percent of the people benefited from the most recent distribution of idle land on lease in Cuba are younger than 35

Cuba Strives to Recover Railroad

Cuba is closer to its goal of transporting more than half of the goods circulating in the country via railroad, according to recent statements by Transportation minister Cesar Arocha

Russian Airline Transareo Inaugurates Flight to Varadero

Coming from Russia with nearly 200 passengers, the Transareo airline flew for the first time on Saturday to the Juan Gualberto Gomez international airport of Varadero, in Matanzas, Cuba

Cuba Reduces Budget Deficit in 2009

Cuba reduced the budget deficit approved by the Parliament in 2009 by 826 million pesos and increased revenues, though slightly, reported the Committee on Economic Affairs to the National Assembly of People's Power

Inaugural charter flight from Japan Arrives in Cuba

Japanese JTB tour operator maiden charter flight arrived in the Jose Marti International Airport in this capital, reported the Cuban Ministry of Tourism (MINTUR)

Cuban Oil Industry is Performing Well says Minister

Cuban Minister of the Basic Industry Yadira Garcia Vera said today that Cuban oil industry performed well in terms of production in the first six months of the current year

Cuba: Food Production in Hurricane Hit Area Grows, But Not Enough

Food production in western Pinar del Rio, where 70 percent of the agricultural infrastructure was destroyed by two powerful hurricanes in 2008, has shown significant progress, though the yield still doesn’t meet the demand

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