From the streets of Havana to the Mexican border with the United States to South Florida, there was a new immigration reality Friday, the day after the Obama administration said Cubans would no longer be allowed to enter the United States without visas.
Cubaexport was the company that signed an international contract with the North American company Coabana Trading LLC; the two companies recently signed a formal agreement on coal export.
Donald Trump announced that he would change the conditions of the deal between the United States and Cuba. The consequences will run deep.
The position of President Trump’s government towards the island nation seems to be more than clear
The Grand Old Party faces a transformation from its roots
The middle class, social security, and the economy in the region could be affected
Three years after the countries ratified their Free Trade Agreement, the South American country is finally seeing a reversal in the declining trend of its traditional exports, which last year suffered a 30 percent plunge.
In a study by CEPAL Colombia was shown to be one of the most vulnerable to a potential consolidation of the TPP despite not taking part in it.
With future of Nafta uncertain, Canada to scrap rules obliging Mexican visitors to obtain a visitor visa and Mexico will allow expanded imports of Canadian beef.
For Latin America the result of the U.S. election and the growing investments from China in the region could mean a new opportunity to promote their own development in a post-commodity boom environment.
As US-driven immigration crackdown forces many to find alternative routes through Mexico, activists fear an increase in trafficking and drownings
The Colombian singer Carlos Vives gave away a guitar to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, that will be part of its collection of Latin American music documentation and its contributions to the United Stated culture.
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said that cancelling the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement would be a “lost opportunity” for the US, Canada and Mexico
The United States, Colombia, Cuba and other Caribbean countries want to stabilize Venezuela’s oil exports and to prevent an escalation of violence, a breakdown of order and further floods of refugees.
Cuba operates as if it had two parties, President Raúl Castro joked in his main report to the Seventh Congress of the Cuban Communist Party last April: “Fidel leads one and I, the other.”
1 out of 5 Americans will be able to buy cannabis
Trump voters still want that wall… even if they have to pay for it!
The Bolivian President Evo Morales has opened a new military defence academy, which he says will offer courses to counter the influence of the United States in the developing world.
After beating various rivals, the currency now faces its own challenges
A recent paper published by University of Nebraska-Lincoln confirms all those old sayings about beauty related to alcohol
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