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Washington, united States.-The duties of the Office of Cuba Broadcasting (OCB), which manages the Radio and Television Marti services could be in hands of a private entity, U.S. government''s officials announced.
Although they only talk about a proposal, some experts assume today that the measure is aimed at replacing the duties of the OCB and modify the illegal broadcasting policy to Cuba, maintained for more than 30 years with federal funding.
Luanda, Angola.-The president of the Business Group at the Cuban Food Industry, Iris Quinones, showed to more than 60 Angolan business people about 13 business opportunity projects in the sector and fishing for the foreign investment in the island.
During the working visit finished today here by the Cuban Food Industry Minister, Maria del Carmen Concepcion, Quiñones showed the opportunity portfolio with foreign investment, the essence of the Law 118 and the sectorial policy associated with domain and fishing.
Ivanovo, Russia.-Cuban ambassador to Russia, Emilio Lozada, committed himself here to a substantial increase in cooperation and cultural and humanitarian ties with all administrative subjects, and promote investment in the Caribbean country.
Lozada stressed during a working meeting with Ivanovo region's governor, Pavel Konkov, the intention to develop to a higher level the economic and trade relations with the regions, at the same time to find new investment opportunities in the island.