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  • China becomes top emerging market for Cuban premium cigars

    Content Types: Recent TransactionRegions & Countries: ChinaCubaIndustries: Lifestyle & Consumer Goods
    Sales of Cuban premium cigars increased in China by 33 percent in 2017 compared with the previous year, showing China has become the main emerging market for Habanos SA, the company that commercializes the exclusive Cuban cigars.
  • Fidel – The Last Cold Warrior

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: CubaServices: OthersEconomic Research & Strategy
    The passing of Fidel Castro has unleashed a battle of opinions over his legacy, ranking him everywhere from a hero to a villain. For much of the Third World, including Latin America, Fidel was lionized as both principled and crafty in his ability to defy the U.S. while milking Russia—and later, Venezuela—for billions. He was David within stomping distance of Goliath, evading mythology-worthy levels of assassination attempts. His anti-yanqui...
  • Market Report on the Energy Industry in Cuba

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: CubaIndustries: Oil & GasClean Energy...
    Reforms initiated in 2010 have created an investment market in Cuba that offers major opportunities over the next 15-20 years. However, one major challenge to make these opportunities a reality is Cuba’s ability to update its National Energy System (SEN using Spanish acronym). This Cuba market intelligence report looks at the current structure of SEN, the generating capacity, the challenges with the island’s electricity consumption, a graphical...
  • Alternatives for the future of the Cuban Economy

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: CubaIndustries: AllServices: Economic Research & Strategy
    Since 2010, Cuba has been implementing changes to its economy, though it’s still unsure how these changes will play out. This Cuba market intelligence report looks at the different options for the Cuban economy, such as the current status quo and three other possible choices that integrate more private enterprise.
  • Cuba Investment Forum 2016

    Content Types: EventRegions & Countries: Latin America and the CaribbeanCubaIndustries: Oil & GasClean Energy...
    Cuba receives over three millions tourists per year. Once American citizens can visit en masse, that figure will double in short time. The injection of hard currency into Cuba’s economy will set in motion waves of investment by both private and public investors, keen to upgrade the island’s infrastructure including new roads, port modernization, fixed and wireless telephony, an expanded power grid, and more efficient payment infrastructure.
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