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Gosh! All that travel by Cuban Dissidents is really turning the tide of world opinion!– really hurting the Castros’ bottom line!

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Portugal-Cuba Chamber of Commerce Created

Lisbon, Jun 3 (Prensa Latina) Presidents and representatives of a group of Portuguese enterprises created today in this capital city the Chamber of Commerce Portugal-Cuba.

Johana Tablada de la Torre, Cuban ambassador to Portugal, and Luis Gomes, President of the Chamber of Vila Real de Santo Antonio, participated in the signing. Americo Ferreira de Castro, president of the Chamber, said that this institution is born to promote the commercial, services and investment relations between Cuba and Portugal...Tablada referred to the Law for Foreign Investment and noted that the Cuban-Portuguese commercial exchange nears the $90 million euros.

Cuba, France sign accord to increase trade

Published May 05, 2014. EFE. Cuba and France on Monday signed an agreement to increase bilateral trade with a short-term line of credit, Cuban official media said.

The accord was inked by Cuba's foreign trade and investment minister, Rodrigo Malmierca, and the French secretary of state for foreign trade and tourism, Fleur Pellerin, who traveled to Havana for this week's FITCUBA 2014 tourism fair.

More than 1 mn foreign tourists visit Cuba

Havana, Jun 2 (EFE).- Cuba welcomed 1.28 million tourists in the first four months of this year, a figure that exceeded by 60,804 the number of visitors during the same period in 2013.

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