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Venezuela's Chavez says Fidel Castro up and walking, in 'very, very good' shape
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Friday that Fidel Castro seemed in "very, very good" shape when they met in Cuba last week and he claimed that the ailing revolutionary had even walked in the streets of Havana. Chavez, a close friend of Castro, said the health of the 82-year-old former Cuban leader was "much better than all the times I've visited him in the past three years, two and a half years."

02 Mar 2009 by admin

Fidel Castro criticizes Obama's economic plans
Even after retirement from active politics former Cuban President Fidel Castro is full of opinions had endorsed Barack Obama during presidential race. But Obama has received flak from him for his economic policies.

02 Mar 2009 by admin

Raul Castro calls for harder work, fewer handouts
Cuban President Raul Castro called on Saturday for austerity measures including fewer subsidies for workers and stricter management to pull the country out of an economic morass aggravated this year by three hurricanes and the global financial crisis.

He told a year-end meeting of the National Assembly the government would cut official trips abroad by 50 percent and eliminate programs that reward good workers with free vacation trips but cost the government $60 million a year.

"The accounts don't square up," he said. "You have to act with realism and adjust the dreams to the true possibilities," said Castro, who officially replaced his ailing older brother Fidel Castro as president in February.

"Two plus two always equals four, never five," he said.

29 Dec 2008 by admin

Cash-short Cuba reports big jump in trade deficit
Cuba's trade deficit soared by nearly 70 percent, or an estimated $5 billion, in 2008 due mainly to rising prices for imports such as food and oil and falling prices for nickel, its main export, official media said on Friday.

Foreign Trade Minister Raul de la Nuez said in a speech to parliament deputies on Thursday that imports surged 43.8 percent while exports grew just 2.1 percent, said the Communist party daily, Granma.

The news follows reports that Cuba, battered by three hurricanes and the global financial crisis, is facing a cash crunch that is forcing it to seek debt restructuring with various countries and companies and delay cash transfers for payments abroad.

29 Dec 2008 by admin

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