The Havana Reporter

International opposition to the U.S. blockade against Cuba; the 40th anniversary of the People’s Power organization; the increase of French investment in Cuba, and the holding in the Island, for the second time, of the popular Titan Tropic cycling event, are included among the articles published in this 22nd edition of The Havana Reporter.


In its 21st number of the first two weeks in November, The Havana Reporter highlights the 34th edition of Havana’s International Trade Fair, and the participation of some 4,500 exhibitors from 70 countries and official delegations of 50 chambers of commerce, associations and institutions that promote exchange. Likewise, it reports the recovery phase after Hurricane Matthew hit the Cuban east, the visits made by presidents from several countries, and an interview with the world record holder in high jump, Javier Sotomayor.


The 20th edition of The Havana Reporter, issued in the last two weeks in October, covers the visit made to Cuba by Chinese Li Kekiang and China’s investments in the Caribbean island. The other topics of interest include the fourth Meeting of the Cuba-U.S.A Bilateral Commission held in Washington and the first official visit ever made to Cuba by a Japanese head of government


This issue (THR 19) of the first two weeks of October includes details on the report the Cuban Government presented at the United Nations to condemn the U.S. blockade against the country, as well as the impact of those punitive measures against the Santander Bank and the next holding in Havana of an International Conference on Zika virus, among other topics.


This issue (THR 18) of the second two weeks of September highlights the results the Cuban delegation achieved in the Rio Olympic Games, as well as the beginning of the 2016-2017 academic year, the performance in Havana of international ballet stars, and the signing of the first co-operation agreement between CAF-Development Bank of Latin America.