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

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 an indication that the US economic circle has not kept the island from being attractive for foreign capital. ... More

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 this plan to spread throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, the island's Deputy Minister for Foreign Trade and Investment, Antonio Carricarte, said in Havana.... More

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 foreign investment.... More

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 up fees and other charges. ... More

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 history, The Guardian reported Thursday.... More

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-Pacific Partnership, despite mounting opposition. ... More

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

Protesters took to the streets in San Juan, the Puerto Rican capital, blocking the first scheduled conference on the installation of a financial control board to remedy Puerto Rico’s crippling debt crisis.... More

The price of oil rose above $51 per barrel in Friday’s trading in international markets reaching the highest level since in multiple months.... More

Ecuador was nominated 31 times in 22 categories for the 2016 World Travel Awards and won 8 of them, during a ceremony that took place in Lima, Peru.... More

Economic Update May 26

In tune with ongoing economic transformations in Cuba, local banks back priority economic plans and investment projects launched by Cuban companies, an action that reported credit lines of up to 28 billion pesos in 2015.... More

Economic Update March 17

The Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba S.A. (ETECSA) and Verizon Partner Solutions, the wholesale services unit of U.S. company Verizon Communications Inc., have concluded their negotiations and signed a direct interconnection agreement for the exchange of international voice traffic between Cuba and the U.S.... More

Economic Update March 10

President Barack Obama's administration will announce further measures to ease travel and trade restrictions on Cuba on March 17th, ahead of his historic visit to Cuba this month, U.S. congressional sources recently said.... More

Economic Update December 10

Tennessee business and community leaders gathered last Monday to support a bipartisan public policy group in its effort to end the U.S. trade blockade with Cuba.... More