By Arch Ritter
A fine newsletter on Cuban trade and investment issues, including broader economic, political and company news is produced by Johannes Werner, who is also the editor of the Website entitled the CubaStandard.com. While out of the price range of the analyst or citizen interested in Cuba, it is of relevance for enterprises and some government offices. Some of the items in the Newsletter also appear on the Website as well.
The Table of Contents of the most recent issue is presented below in order to provide an idea of the type of analysis and coverage included in the Newsletter. The particulars on the publication are also presented below.
The Website for the the Cuba Standard is located here: Cuba Standard.com, Cuba Trade and Investment News
Table of Contents:
U.S. inching closer to talks on offshore oil safety.
Government eases auto sales restrictions.
Analysis: The Cuban diaspora, A role for exile money and know-how?
OFAC fines Texas oil supplier.
U.S. lawmakers warning Repsol.
Jorge Piñón: What Washington should be doing.
PdVSA official: China ‘almost sure’ to fund Cuban refineries.
Government reform shifting into overdrive.
Cuba to access global pharmaceutical markets via Brazil.
Cuba seeking South African funding for medical projects.
Iran boosts line of credit.
Vietnam seeking debt arrangement.
Vietnam working with Cuba on biogas
BY THE NUMBERS, FIRST HALF 2011
C o m p a n i e s:
Pemex eyeing Repsol’s Cuba operations;
Sherritt appoints new director ;
China, Cuba to jointly develop vaccine