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  • ...know who makes that much money, nor what they base these figures on, because not even with the wages my husband earns working in food service for 240 CUP a month, along with my wages, do we get that much,” says Sanchez. The ONEI explains that the average monthly...
    pl@... Jul 17, 2017
  • ...year by 1 percent amid falling help from Venezuela, which is struggling with triple-digit inflation and widespread shortages of food and other basic goods. The decrease was the first reported by Cuba in years. Cuban media quoted Cabrisas as telling the assembly...
    pl@... Jul 15, 2017
  • ...Maduro falls off his horse, things are going to get ugly in Cuba. The oil comes from there Opinions among the workers, students, food workers consulted about Venezuela, demonstrates a profound disinterest in political information among a wide sector of the citizenry...
    pl@... Jul 14, 2017
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  • ...least 150 of them have been renovated but customer dissatisfaction continues to grow. The taste, size and texture of the popular food are at the center of customer criticisms. Hard, rubbery, and weighing less than the required 80 grams (2.8 ounces), are the characteristics...
    pl@... Jul 13, 2017
  • ...stand it. It’s one problem after another. The water crisis, which is still affecting us, public transportation is the worst, food prices don’t stop rising and now this black out in the middle of this terrible heat,” says Zoraida, Ricardo’s wife. Almost...
    pl@... Jul 13, 2017
  • ...to the mouth of Arroyo Caimito. There they spent eight days together with another 17 people eating the bare minimum to conserve food for the trip. After weeks of preparation they were finally about to leave for the United States. “When we heard the sound of...
    pl@... Jul 13, 2017
  • ...prisoners,” says the young man who, at 17, weighs no more than 110 pounds and whose hands shake all the time. “I lost interest in food and went for months almost without taking a bath.” He sold all the appliances in the house one by one to pay for drugs. “One...
    pl@... Jul 13, 2017
  • ...agreement with the Cuban government because at that time we did not have one.” For months, the Panamanian government provided food and shelter for the thousands of Cubans who were stranded in the country following border closures at various Central American...
    pl@... Jul 12, 2017
  • Food scarcity, another Castroist crime ROBERTO ÁLVAREZ QUIÑONES | Los Ángeles | 10 de Julio...country that the FAO, in the 1950s, cited as one of the greatest producers and exporters of food in Latin America in proportion to its total population? One of Fidel Castro's proselytizing...worse, in the state distribution under the monstrosity dubbed "Acopio," 57% of the harvested food is lost, according to the ONEI (National Office of Statistics). The regime itself admits...
    pl@... Jul 12, 2017
  • ...year as an alternative for travelers and their friends,” the official said. “But the building is one thing and the supply of food and beverages is another; the latter is the responsibility Cuban Airports and Aeronautical Services Company (ECASA).” We can...
    pl@... Jul 7, 2017