The proposed fisheries draft bill will boost economic development in Cuba and includes new regulations, said Thursday one of the MPs attending the sessions of Parliament.
Daily Archives: 12 July, 2019
The French bank Societe Generale S.A. (SocGen) is currently facing a lawsuit in the United States under Title III of the Helms-Burton Act against Cuba, triggered as part of Washington”s growing hostility toward the country.
The Head of the Permament Commission for the Economic Implementation and Development of Cuba, Marino Murillo, called Thursday to reach for more participation of the national entities and institutions, while the process for implementation of the different socio-economic guidelines is taking place in Cuba.
Cuba”s Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez, has denounced in Havana Thursday the activities of persecution of White House advisors against commercial operations between Cuba and Venezuela.
About 90 foreign students have graduated in Santa Clara in different specialties of Higher Education at the Serafin Ruiz de Zarate Ruiz University of Medical Sciences, and Marta Abreu, from Villa Clara.
Cuba continues to work on its industrial development despite the negative impact of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States, said the Minister of Industry (Mindus), Alfredo Lopez.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel has urged on Thursday a greater domestic national production linkage with tourism industry, conceived as driving force of the Cuban economy.
The lawmakers of the People”s Power National Assembly (parliament) are meeting on Friday for consultations on draft bills that will be submitted to the plenary of the legislature over the weekend.
Cuba expects to close the year with the arrival of 4,300,000 tourists, Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero announced Friday.