Des investissements étrangers dans la modernisation des sucreries

Neuf des 25 projets inclus dans le portefeuille d’opportunités d’investissements étrangers du Groupe d’entreprises du sucre (Azcuba) 2021-2022 visent à moderniser les sucreries du pays, afin d’inverser le niveau moyen à élevé de détérioration des 56 usines sucrières de cette branche de l’agro-industrie.

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New booster dose of anti-Covid-19 vaccination benefits Floridians

Florida, June 21.- In the municipality of Florida, the second booster dose with the Abdala and Soberana Plus vaccines began to be applied this Monday to people over 50 years of age, as reported by Dr. Jimmy Alonso Carballo, an official from Primary Health Care in the municipal direction.

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Floridian fighters always ready to serve in all trenches

Florida, June 21.- The meeting held by the main leaders of the Communist Party and the Government of Florida with more than 100 grassroots leaders of the Association of Combatants of the Cuban Revolution (ACRC) in this municipality led to a frank and committed exchange with socialism and the work of Fidel Castro Ruz, in tune with the realities of the territory and the country, in the midst of the desire to continue forward “with everyone and for the good of all.”

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Outstanding performance of a Floridian fighter in the All-Star Tournament

Florida, June 16.- Floridian Yoania Pérez Núñez shone in the most recent Wrestling Stars Tournament in Cuba, where she convincingly won the title in the 50-kilogram division of the women’s branch in this event developed in quality National Championship of the discipline.

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The collective of Florida Shirt Factory keeps a good productive rhythm

Florida, May 30.- The labor group of the Shirt Factory of the municipality of Florida, made up mostly of women, complied with its production plan at the end of the first quarter of the year, as reported by Lis Amanda Rondols Fernández, director of the industry .

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Across the planet, voices raised to denounce the blockade

“Solidarity cannot be blockaded,” stated Party First Secretary and President of the Republic, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, yesterday May 29, expressing his gratitude to the many friends and Cubans living abroad, members of solidarity movements who participated in another day of protest in cities across the planet against the U.S. economic, commercial and financial blockade of Cuba.

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Farmers in Florida advance in planting various crops

Florida, May 28.- The agricultural company of the municipality of Florida is progressing satisfactorily in the planting of various crops planned for the current spring campaign, in the midst of a complex stage where it is essential to seek alternatives and opportunities that contribute to productive commitments of the current year.

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Self-employed with three or more minor children will benefit from paying taxes

Florida, May 28.- With the intention of benefiting working mothers linked to the self-employed sector and who have three or more children under 17 years of age, they will be granted a 50 percent bonus in the payment of income tax personal.

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National Accreditation Board verifies university extension activities in Florida (+Photos)

Florida, May 27.- With the objective of evaluating the quality in the processes of the University of Camagüey, the visit of officials from the National Accreditation Board reached the rural community of La Vallita to verify in the field the extension activities organized by the Center Florida Township College. See photos here and here.

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Cuban students are invited to a contest for innovation

Florida, May 27.- Pioneers together for innovation. Share your ideas, is the most recent contest that summons Cuban students of primary, secondary and special education, with the aim of encouraging the exercise of the rights of children and adolescents and stimulating in them the search for innovative initiatives that solve problems of everyday life.

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