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- January / 2015 –

U.S. to seek end to travel curbs, set up embassy in Cuba talks
Lesley Wroughton | reuters / Photo:REUTERS/Alexandre MeneghiniWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States will urge Cuba to lift travel restrictions on U.S. diplomats and agree to establish U.S. and Cuban embassies in historic talks in Havana this week aimed at restoring relations, a senior State Department official said on Monday.Read more.

USA-Cuba relations
New Cuba rules could flood island with U.S.-made goods
Alan Gomez, USA TODA / Photo: Jose Goitia, APMIAMI — As many Americans wonder how quickly they can travel to Cuba under new rules announced by the White House, business owners are more focused on how many products they could start shipping to the island.Read more.



Economic reforms changing life - and dreams - for Cubans
Alan Gomez, USA TODAY/Photo: Alan Gomez, USA TODAYHAVANA — Joan Perez-Garcia has tried just about everything to find a decent-paying job in Cuba's state-run economy. He became an elementary schoolteacher, but it only paid the equivalent of $6 a month. He became a train mechanic, and that increased his salary to $10. Working as a construction worker and barber were no better. Read more.




cubaUS Cuba policy: a boom for Cuban American entrepreneurs / Carlos PereyraHAVANA — Next week, on Jan. 21, this capital city will be the stage for the round of talks that each semester brings together Cuban and U.S. government officials.
The agenda of these meetings has always been (officially, at least) limited to migration matters and timely issues of lesser importance. The meetings have also served to extend feelers on issues of greater weight. Read more.


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