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U.S. Company to Test Farm Tractors in Cuba

Havana, November 3 (RHC)— U.S. John Deere & Co. executives have signed an agreement at the Havana Trade Fair with the Cuban enterprise Maquimport to suppl... More

Russia and Cuba Sign $30 Million Steel Production Deal at FIHAV

Havana, November 3 (RHC)-- The Russian company YUMZ has signed a 30-million-dollar deal with Cuban company Stainless Steel ACINOX to modernize a wire rod factor... More

Economy Minister Ricardo Cabrisas Receives Vice President of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Council of Ministers

Havana, November 2 (RHC)-- Cuban Economy Minister Ricardo Cabrisas met Wednesday in Havana with Mirko Sarovic, Vice President of the Council of Ministers, and M... More

Cuba Reports Record Two Billion Dollar Foreign Investment Deals

Havana, November 1 (RHC/agencies) – Cuba said on Tuesday it had attracted two billion dollars in investment agreements so far this year, a record figure and a... More

Cuba for Increased Trade and Connection with China

Havana, November 1 (Xinhua/RHC) -- Cuba seeks to increase trade with China and join the Belt and Road Initiative as a possible "regional node" for thi... More

Cuba Opens International Trade Fair with over 3,000 Business and Exhibitors from 70 Countries

Havana, October 31 (RHC-Xinhua) -- The 35th Havana International Trade Fair (FIHAV 2017) opened Monday in Cuba's quest to diversify its economy and attract fore... More

Financial Giant Wells Fargo Fined $185 Million for Creating Phony Accounts and Credit Cards

The U.S.-based financial giant Wells Fargo will pay $185 million in fines after it was caught illegally manipulating customers’ bank accounts in order to rack... More

MasterCard Overcharges More than 46 Million in UK

A lawsuit was filed by law firm Quinn Emanuel on behalf of multiple claimants to sue MasterCard for £14 billion, marking the largest legal claim in British his... More

U.S. President Barack Obama Tries to Convince Asian Nations U.S. Will Ratify TPP

At the G-20 summit in China, U.S. President Barack Obama reportedly tried to assure Asian nations that the United States would, in fact, ratify the Trans-Pacifi... More

Russia and Saudi Arabia Sign Oil Pact, May Limit Output in Future

Saudi Arabia and Russia have agreed to cooperate in world oil markets, saying they will not act immediately but could limit output in the future... More

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