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But Cuban exiles will not be allowed to buy property on the island. read more Continue reading
HAVANA — An oil rig is preparing to put a very controversial hole deep in Cuban-controlled waters in the Gulf of Mexico. read more Continue reading
HAVANA — Not since the early days of the Cuban Revolution has this city faced a transformation like the one that may soon begin sweeping through its neighborhoods. read more Continue reading
President Raul Castro proposed the measure in December, saying that Cuba couldn't afford the $47 million a year it was paying on imports to meet typically high local coffee consumption. read more Continue reading
HAVANA — A series of corruption scandals has been a reminder as to how the island’s state-run economy got so centralized in the first place. read more Continue reading
With Cuba's economy sinking, the government calls for energy conservation. Nick Miroff HAVANA — As a general rule with Cuban r...
A trial program that will give each worker a cash stipend instead of a hot lunch portends deeper reforms. Nick Miroff HAVANA, Cuba &mdash... Continue reading
As debate rages in Washington, the answers are out there. You just need to know where to look. Thomas Mucha BOSTON — Health care re...
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As the economy slides, Cubans have been asked to rethink socialism. Nick Miroff HAVANA, Cuba — Complaining about the government is ...
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Who will benefit if the US lifts travel restrictions to Cuba — the Cuban government or ordinary Cubans? Nick Miroff HAVANA, Cuba &mdas... Continue reading
Why don't Cuba's barbers and beauticians like their new cut? Nick Miroff HAVANA, Cuba — The Cuban government keeps close tabs on it...
Tourists look for bittersweet traces of Soviet past in Cuba's present. Nick Miroff HAVANA, Cuba — She’d only been in Cuba ...
On an island with little internet, more Cubans are turning to cell phones — using them not to talk but to text and page. Nick Miroff HA...
The Gulf oil spill could mean more drilling off Cuban coast. Nick Miroff HAVANA, Cuba — The worst oil spill in U.S. history may n... Continue reading
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Cuba's new economic reforms bring out the DVD bootleggers. Nick Miroff HAVANA, Cuba — It might take years for Raul Castro's e...
Climbing oil prices are channeling much-needed cash into government accounts, which is translating into service arrangements. read more Continue reading
Like air and water, or free health care and education, state-subsidized bread is regarded as a natural right in socialist Cuba. read more Continue reading