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Six World Shipping offer freight service and gift parcels to Cuba

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal Six World Shipping is an Indirect Air Courier certified freight forwarder that offers air freight and sea freight services from the United States into Cuba. The company assists humanitarian, religious, non-profit, and diplomatic entities transport specific categories of items… Read More

US based On Cuba magazine to open office in Havana

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Reuters The American magazine “On Cuba” recently received authorization from the Cuban government to set up a bureau in Havana and prepares the output of another trade publication dedicated exclusively to the visual arts of the island, reported today its editors. “On Cuba” is… Read More

Fuego Enterprises completes acquisition of Americas Group’s Cuba Business Enterprise

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Press Release Hugo Cancio, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fuego Enterprises, Inc., (OTC Pink: FUGI) announced today that Fuego has completed its acquisition of 51% of The Americas Group Cuba Business Enterprise LLC (TAGCBE) in exchange for shares of Fuego Enterprises, Inc. which are traded… Read More

Former Alimport Cuba purchaing director Pedro Alvarez gives interview from Tampa

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal In December 2010, news headlines announced the defection of Pedro Alvarez, former head of the Alimport purchasing authority and very prominent Cuban official who escaped Cuba three years ago, has kept a low profile in Tampa Florida. His first public statements that testify… Read More

International Port Corp gets OFAC approval for Miami to Cuba cargo ship route

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal Implied in the company’s press release, International Port Corp (IPC) has been granted a Carrier Service Provider license from the US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, the agency in charge of licensing US Cuba trade and travel. IPC has announced that… Read More

Pernod Ricard gives up Havana Club rum brand in the US, goes with Havanista brand

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal Pernod Ricard of France announced that is will give up its Havana Club rum brand for the US market and that it has registered the Havanista rum brand in the United States. It will launch the brand if/when the US Embargo on Cuban imports is lifted. Havana Club brand trademark… Read More

Advertising rates and ad placement opportunites for Cuba websites

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Without revenue from advertisers, most blogs, newspapers, television and radio networks would not be in business. This website is no different so it is important to us that our advertisers experience a very high return on investment and we work with each advertiser to ensure they are happy with their… Read More

Port Everglades to seek approval for passenger ferry service to Cuba

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal Recently, Havana Ferry Partners was denied permission to operate a passenger ferry to Cuba because the service was “outside the scope” of the OFAC regulations. It appears that in order for any ferry service to Cuba to be approved, the ferry operator must operate… Read More

Cuba: Forbidden Fortune CNBC half hour special tonight

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

Rob Sequin | Havana Journal “Cuba: Forbidden Fortune” premieres tonight at 9 pm Eastern time on CNBC and will re-air at midnight. According to the header of the promotional page for this half hour CNBC special on business in Cuba… American business set their sights on what could a lucrative… Read More

Herzfeld CUBA fund article

Posted in Cuba Business > Cuba-US Trade

By Joe Light | Wall Street Journal (see bold text for information I like) Ask Thomas J. Herzfeld about Cuba, and the usually low-key money manager launches into a sermon he has delivered many times. The 67-year-old Mr. Herzfeld says the country, under a U.S. trade embargo for 50 years, is the investment… Read More

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