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New Moves by the Biden Administration on Cuba

New Moves by the Biden Administration on Cuba

The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Department of the Treasury announced significant amendments to several embargo regulations on Tuesday, May 28, 2024. These amendments aim to expand Internet access and promote private entrepreneurship in Cuba.

Why Gaesa Is Not Under the Control of Cuba’s Comptroller

Why Gaesa Is Not Under the Control of Cuba’s Comptroller

The lack of jurisdiction of the Comptroller General's Office over the Minfar and Minint systems has never been a "suspicion", but a true fact.

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Can Buyers Lower the Price of the Dollar in Cuba?

Can buyers drive down the price of the dollar? Find out what factors influence and how they impact economic stability.

Cuban Government Levels Serious Charges Against El Toque

Cuban Government Levels Serious Charges Against El Toque

Statement by elTOQUE on the fallacious campaign that wants to implant the matrix of opinion that the devaluation of the national currency is the fault of a media outlet, and on the violent drift that the accusations are taking.

Embargo or Not, Vehicle Trade from US to Cuba is Thriving

Embargo or Not, Vehicle Trade from US to Cuba is Thriving

If the Cuban model for the importation of vehicles from the U.S. follows the same pattern as that of Chavismo, the consequences of the Morocho experiment should also serve as a warning signal for those involved.

Mariel: the “Engine of the Cuban Economy” that Stalled

Mariel: the “Engine of the Cuban Economy” that Stalled

Beyond the scarce figures offered by the island’s government, the real impact of the enclave on the Cuban economy is unknown.

Campaign for Political Prisoners in Cuba-Venezuela-Nicaragua

Campaign for Political Prisoners in Cuba-Venezuela-Nicaragua

A group of human rights organizations from Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua presented on April 11, 2024, the regional campaign “It’s happening again,” which highlights the situation of political prisoners in the three Latin American countries in the face of the rise of totalitarianism.

Protests in Cuba: Food Shortages Will Persist

Protests in Cuba: Food Shortages Will Persist

The appearance of a truck carrying sacks of rice and another with powdered milk after the protest that took place in Santiago de Cuba on March 17, 2024, was no coincidence. The authorities in the eastern city attempted to appease the citizens with some food.

The Old Age We Never Expected to Live in Cuba

The Old Age We Never Expected to Live in Cuba

The Cuido60 project seeks to make visible the realities and rights of people over 65 in Cuba. To this end, the contest "Mirar la vejez" (Looking at old age) was created.

The Sad State of Health Care in Cuba for 2024

The Sad State of Health Care in Cuba for 2024

Health Minister acknowledges a shortage of human and material resources

Christmas in Cuba: A Letter from a Son Forced to Leave

Christmas in Cuba: A Letter from a Son Forced to Leave

Leonardo Fernández Otaño, forced into exile, writes a letter to his parents. This will be the second year he will not be able to celebrate Christmas in Cuba.

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Cuba’s Curious Silence on the Essequibo Conflict

A non-binding referendum held in Venezuela on the annexation of Essequibo, a region controlled by Guyana for many years and rich in natural resources.

Faces of Cuba’s Political Prisoners: Roberto Perez Fonseca

Faces of Cuba’s Political Prisoners: Roberto Perez Fonseca

Roberto Perez Fonseca was sentenced to ten years in prison for ripping up a portrait of Fidel Castro during the protests in San Jose de las Lajas, Mayabeque, in July 2021.

Cuban Athletes are Selling their Olympic Medals to Survive

Cuban Athletes are Selling their Olympic Medals to Survive

In the history of Cuban sports glories, many of those who used to dedicate a medal to the "Comandante" are now desperately looking for someone to buy that same medal in dollars.

The Cuban Government Admits Climate Change Impact

The Cuban Government Admits Climate Change Impact

The Cuban government recognizes the impact of climate change in Cuba, with droughts and coastal flooding, but the measures adopted are often contradictory and give priority to tourism.

INFORMAL FOREIGN EXCHANGE
MARKET IN CUBA (REAL TIME)

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1 EUR310.00 CUP
-10
1 USD300.00 CUP
-5
1 MLC265.00 CUP
-5
Calendar iconCUBA
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Aquí contamos las historias de ciudadanía que protagonizan los cubanos. Conoce con nosotros de activismo, participación política, tendencias y debates sobre la sociedad cubana.

New Moves by the Biden Administration on Cuba
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Department of the Treasury announced significant amendments to several embargo regulations on Tuesday, May 28, 2024. These amendments aim to expand Internet access and promote private entrepreneurship in Cuba.

The lack of jurisdiction of the Comptroller General's Office over the Minfar and Minint systems has never been a "suspicion", but a true fact.

Can buyers drive down the price of the dollar? Find out what factors influence and how they impact economic stability.

Statement by elTOQUE on the fallacious campaign that wants to implant the matrix of opinion that the devaluation of the national currency is the fault of a media outlet, and on the violent drift that the accusations are taking.

If the Cuban model for the importation of vehicles from the U.S. follows the same pattern as that of Chavismo, the consequences of the Morocho experiment should also serve as a warning signal for those involved.
A group of human rights organizations from Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua presented on April 11, 2024, the regional campaign “It’s happening again,” which highlights the situation of political prisoners in the three Latin American countries in the face of the rise of totalitarianism.
The Cuido60 project seeks to make visible the realities and rights of people over 65 in Cuba. To this end, the contest "Mirar la vejez" (Looking at old age) was created.
Leonardo Fernández Otaño, forced into exile, writes a letter to his parents. This will be the second year he will not be able to celebrate Christmas in Cuba.
Roberto Perez Fonseca was sentenced to ten years in prison for ripping up a portrait of Fidel Castro during the protests in San Jose de las Lajas, Mayabeque, in July 2021.
The Cuban government recognizes the impact of climate change in Cuba, with droughts and coastal flooding, but the measures adopted are often contradictory and give priority to tourism.
Beyond the scarce figures offered by the island’s government, the real impact of the enclave on the Cuban economy is unknown.
The appearance of a truck carrying sacks of rice and another with powdered milk after the protest that took place in Santiago de Cuba on March 17, 2024, was no coincidence. The authorities in the eastern city attempted to appease the citizens with some food.
Health Minister acknowledges a shortage of human and material resources
A non-binding referendum held in Venezuela on the annexation of Essequibo, a region controlled by Guyana for many years and rich in natural resources.
In the history of Cuban sports glories, many of those who used to dedicate a medal to the "Comandante" are now desperately looking for someone to buy that same medal in dollars.

INFORMAL FOREIGN EXCHANGE
MARKET IN CUBA (REAL TIME)

toque_logo_white
1 EUR310.00 CUP
-10
1 USD300.00 CUP
-5
1 MLC265.00 CUP
-5
Calendar iconCUBA
publicidad_banenr
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