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Cuba launches diplomatic tour in an increasingly multipolar world

Alternet 04 Dec 2022
Cuba’s achievements and potential, despite being besieged, served as the basis for discussions during the tour relating to areas of mutual interest such as renewable energy, biotechnology, health care, communications, and industry ... From offers of setting up renewable energy power ...
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Bitcoin Mining Revenue Falls 20% in November as Miners Struggle to Stay Profitable

Coinspeaker 02 Dec 2022
Also, it has become increasingly difficult to get affordable energy to run efficient mining platforms ... As of publication, some countries with competitive energy rates include; Qatar, Iran, Cuba, Kyrgyzstan, Venezuela, Russia, Libya, and Saudi Arabia.
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Cuba says its allies have pledged help to end its economic crisis

Reuters 30 Nov 2022
HAVANA, Nov 30 (Reuters) - China, Russia, Algeria and Turkey have pledged to restructure Cuba's debt, provide new trade and investment financing, and help ease an energy crisis, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel told state-run media following a rare trip abroad last week. Any help would be a blessing for crisis-racked Cuba.
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Global Times: China, Cuba eye deepening BRI cooperation

Yahoo Daily News 28 Nov 2022
The two sides agreed to deepen high-quality BRI cooperation and strengthen cooperation in areas such as biotechnology, renewable energy, health, economy, trade, finance and cyber security, and China will continue to provide support and assistance to Cuba within its capacity, the statement said.
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Experts See Environmental Risk from China's Small Island BRI Efforts

Beijing News 28 Nov 2022
China Puts Belt and Road Back on ASEAN Agenda ... In the Caribbean, China has invested over $10 billion in Jamaica, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Antigua and Barbuda, Cuba and the Bahamas from 2005 to 2022, focused on tourism, transportation, agriculture and energy, according to the American Enterprise Institute's China Global Investment Tracker ... ....
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Turkiye, Cuba sign agreements to enhance cooperation

China Daily 24 Nov 2022
ANKARA - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that his country wants to enhance cooperation with Cuba, and the two countries signed six agreements in the fields of media and communication, culture, and diplomacy.
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Cuba Gooding Jr. insists he is '100% changed' since admitting to forcibly touching woman in ...

The Daily Mail 24 Nov 2022
Cuba Gooding Jr ... 'I don't want this to stop me connecting with the gregarious behavior in terms of the positive energy that I have ... Cuba Gooding Jr ... 'Basically, I started this career loved, and people were all like, "Oh his energy!" Nothing's changed with me! But I do have to address it for what you just said, about "my." ... Cuba Gooding Jr interview .
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Türkiye, Cuba sign agreements to enhance cooperation

Xinhua 23 Nov 2022
23 (Xinhua) -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that his country wants to enhance cooperation with Cuba, and the two countries signed six agreements in the fields of media and communication, culture, and diplomacy ... Türkiye, Cuba sign agreements to enhance cooperation.
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Droughts, rising seas put Cuba's agriculture under threat

Kearney Hub 21 Nov 2022
Agriculture has long been a relative bright spot in Cuba's struggling economy ... Cuba was already in one of its worst economic, political and energy crises in decades, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic and the Russian war with Ukraine, among other factors. Cuba had said that it would get nearly a quarter of its energy from renewable sources by 2030.
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Jones: Leahy and Cuba

Times Argus 19 Nov 2022
As Cuba opens its energy system to greater foreign investment, our policy not only prevents U.S ... Leahy’s support of the Cuban people is personally important to me since I annually travel to Cuba with students from Vermont Law and Graduate School to study energy and agriculture sustainability on this unique island nation.
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Building a New Order of Things

Resilience 18 Nov 2022
In earlier writings I’ve advocated for modeling our energy consumption and waste generation on Cuba’s – both because it’s a country where I’ve spent a good bit of time and also because by many measures, when the electrical grid is functioning and its oil supply is uninterrupted, it sits at a point of global sustainability.
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Algeria to help Cuba as energy shortages bite

Jamaica Observer 17 Nov 2022
ALGIERS, Algeria, (AFP) - Algeria said Thursday it would restart energy supplies to Cuba and donate a solar plant to help the island tackle chronic power cuts ... Algeria will "grant Cuba a solar power plant and resume ...
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Cuba welcomes 7th ‘powership’ to its fleet in struggle to keep lights on

The Daily Herald 16 Nov 2022
  Cuba’s energy woes are perhaps the most painful symptom of a deeper financial crisis caused by external factors such as US sanctions, the COVID-19 pandemic and poor economic management ...   Just 5% of Cuba’s power currently comes from alternative energy sources.
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Crisis in Cuba: The regime expects a new wave of simultaneous blackouts across much of ...

The Cleveland American 16 Nov 2022
Cuba awaits a new day of simultaneous blackouts on the island (REUTERS). State institution Electrical union (UNE) of Cuba It has warned the citizens Cuts This Tuesday at Power Supply ... For months, Cuba’s energy crisis has resulted in constant power outages ... Protests in Cuba (REUTERS) ... Crisis worsens in Cuba.
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US, Cubans will meet again in Havana: State Department

The Associated Press 15 Nov 2022
Agriculture has long been a relative bright spot in Cuba's struggling economy ... Cuba was already in one of its worst economic, political and energy crises in decades, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic and the Russian war with Ukraine, among other factors. Cuba had said that it would get nearly a quarter of its energy from renewable sources by 2030.

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