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LEY SOBRE LA INVERSION EXTRANJERA
Wednesday, May 21, 2014

 

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LAW No. 118 FOREIGN INVESTMENT ACT
Friday, May 09, 2014

 CHAPTER I

PURPOSE AND CONTENT

ARTICLE 1 - . The purpose of this Act is to establish the legal framework for foreign investments in the national territory of the Republic of Cuba based on the respect for the law, the sovereignty and independence of the Cuban nation and mutual benefit, to contribute to the country’s economic development in the interest of a prosperous and sustainable socialist society. 2 - This Act and its supplementary legislation establish a system of facilities, guarantees and legal security to investors the purpose of which being to attract and utilize foreign capital. 3 - Foreign investments in the Republic of Cuba are oriented towards the diversification and expansion of export markets, access to advanced technologies and substitution of imports, particularly food imports. Likewise, they are also oriented towards obtaining foreign financing, creating new sources of employment and harnessing new managerial methods while linking them to the development of productive chains, and changing the country’s energy matrix through the use of renewable sources of energy.

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IX INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON DISASTERS V INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF FIRE
Tuesday, April 29, 2014

 

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YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE NATIONAL COMMITEE
Monday, April 28, 2014

 

South African Youth: Cuban Youth wants to send you a warm greeting message to commemorate this April 27 the 20 anniversary of the end of the apartheid regime. For Cubans, South Africa is not a legend of the past, is an essential part of Cuban history. Our people is heir of bravery, courage and resistance culture of a continent like Africa, which has been heroically debated for centuries to overcome challenges that still remain.

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COSATU condemns US territorial aggression against Cuba
Friday, April 25, 2014

 

COSATU condemns the territorial aggression of Cuban sovereignty by the US government, through its arm, USAID. According to revelations by the AP News Agency, USAID covertly developed and operated a social network similar to twitter in Cuba, called Zunzuneo, meant for regime change and destabilization in the country. They went on to illegally use platforms from the systems of the Cuban Telecommunications Company, ETECSA for such subversive activities. The project is said to have targeted young people of about 40 000 subscribers, wherein they gathered their private data for such purposes. They aimed to instigate mass gatherings, promote internal subversion, destabilization and the eruption of a national crisis for the US regime change agenda to succeed. According to a statement released on the 14th April, 2014 by the Cuban embassy, "ZunZuneo" has not been the only platform that has operated for that purpose. Others such as "Piramideo", "Martinoticias" and "Diario de Cuba" are still active and receive multimillion-dollar budgets each year. All of them have the common goal of trying to create an artificial opposition and bringing about a change of the political system in Cuba that would be compatible with the interests of the United States government and against the will of the Cuban people”. COSATU condemns these cowardly and illegal acts that undermine international law, peaceful co-existence and territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Cuban people and the world as a whole. We have seen the same kind of political destabilization by the US in Venezuela, Chile, Nicaragua and other states where US foreign policy sought to overthrow democratically elected regimes and install puppet and surrogates of Washington in the name of democracy. We reaffirm our demands for the release of the remaining Cuban heroes in US jails and an immediate end to the US embargo against Cuba.

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