The time in Havana, Cuba
Havana, Cuba.-The blockade imposed by the United States to Cuba for more than five decades has caused serious damage to communications and information technology (IT). This siege is the main obstacle to allow the Cubans have an adequate infrastructure to achieve greater access to internet.
A report presented by Cuba to the UN General Assembly stated that the latter happens because the United States has captured the global emporium of information technologies and exercises a hegemonic control over that activity.
Havana, Cuba.-Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Philip J. Pierre, said here that his government and Cuba will work on finding ways to increase bilateral trade and the exchange with other Caribbean states.
According to the official, the idea is to expand exports from all sides and opportunities of each market to introduce more products.
Havana, Cuba.-Cuba will make a National Science, Technology and Innovation Conference next week with the objective to discuss on a group of 28 indispensable programs for the development of the Cuban science and technology.
The topics on national priority, are related with the production of animal and human feeding, sustainable development, efficiency, saving and the use of renewable energy sources and the improvement of access to information.