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May
21
A Chinese company and the Cuban government have signed a letter of intent to build a golf course and resort, official media said on Friday, with an apparent eye to the eventual lifting of U.S. travel restrictions. Cuba currently has one 18-hole-golf course, and its Communist government says it wants to eventually have at least 12 golf resorts on the Caribbean island. “The president of the Beijing Enterprise Group and business director of the tourism ministry, Wuang Dong and Jose... + read more
CubaBookingRoom - online booking agency
May
11
Miami, Florida.- U.S. government approves the first ferry services to Cuba in five decades. At least four Florida companies were approved for ferry service to Cuba. The companies were notified last week of approvals by the U.S. Treasury and Commerce departments, the first since Washington imposed a trade embargo on Cuba. Licensed were Havana Ferry Partners of Fort Lauderdale, Baja Ferries of Miami, United Caribbean Lines Florida of Greater Orlando and Airline Brokers Co. of Miami and... + read more
CubaBookingRoom - online booking agency
May
05
Small private business already operating in the run-state Cuban tourism industry continue its expansion thanks to the boom of arrivals of foreign tourists in 2015. Since the Cuban government began in 2010 to expand the private sector, 1,600 “paladares” (small private restaurants) opened its doors and more than 8000 rooms that the owners rent to tourists were founded. Since 2013 Cuba’s state-run tourism industry is increasingly doing business with the private entrepreneurs.... + read more
CubaBookingRoom - online booking agency
May
03
New York’s North Country travelers might be able to hop on a plane in Plattsburgh, N.Y., and get off in Havana, Cuba sometime soon, according to Garry Douglas, one of the region’s top economic development leaders. “It will happen,” Douglas said. Douglas is co-chair of the North Country’s Regional Economic Development Council and heads the North Country Chamber of Commerce. He was one of several officials who joined Andrew Cuomo last week,... + read more
Apr
29
Rose Hall, St James — Former Prime Minister PJ Patterson is encouraging regional players in the tourism sector to embrace Cuba as a partner rather than viewing the Spanish-speaking country as a threat. “I am going to step out from the pavilion and say this: Instead of people spending their time worrying about how the advent of tourist arrivals in Cuba is going to affect the Caribbean, let’s spend our time in seeing how, out of that alliance, the entire... + read more

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