U.S. Economic Blockade Hurts Cuban Light Industry

3 Havana, Oct 28. -Damages caused to the Cuban Light Industry because of the U.S.-imposed economic, trade and financial blockade on the Caribbean nation amounted to 9.8 million USD in 2010. Production in this sector has a direct impact on the provision of essential products and people's quality of life, states a report on Resolution 65/6 of the UN General

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U.S. Blockade Hurts Cuban Culture

1 Havana, Oct 17. -Cuban culture has lost about 14,913,300 million USD as a consequence of the U.S.-imposed economic, trade and financial blockade for 50 years ago.That stance basically materialized Washington lost earnings from exports of goods and services, relocation to other markets, additional spending on freight, and monetary-financial damages. The Cuban film sector was unable to purchase materials, spare

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U.S. Blockade on Cuba Hinders Fighting HIV/AIDS

1 Havana, Oct 11. -The US-imposed economic, trade and financial blockade hinders cooperation between Cuba and international multilateral agencies engaged in fighting HIV/AIDS.In January 2011, the U.S. government seized 4.207.000 USD of the Global Fund finance to fight HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. Those resources would be allocated to implement cooperation projects with Cuba to fight the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

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U.S. Blockade Causes Damages to Cuba Construction

1 Havana, Sep 19. -Prohibitions and restrictions of the U.S.imposed economic, trade and financial blockade on Cuba have caused severe damages to the construction sector in the Caribbean island.Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba (download pdf) That almost 50-year policy has affected repair and houses construction programs, states

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