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Articles from CubaNews (January 1, 2004)

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A decade later, UBPCS offer mixed results. Brief Article 112
After 40 years, Aeroflot adds second flight. Brief Article 139
Alimport denies owing Parlamat money. Brief Article 247
Argentine J-V to make motorcycles in Cuba. Brief Article 171
Biennial art show a success, despite Dutch funding pullout. Echevarria, Vito 591
Caja Madrid offers financial data on CFH. Brief Article 215
Calendar of events. Calendar 339
Cimex reports 2003 revenues of $1 billion. Brief Article 205
Coral reefs win government protection. Brief Article 102
Cruise-ship arrivals to rebound in 2004. Industry Overview 562
Cuba decides to suspend U.S. beef imports. Brief Article 162
Cuba maintains trade links with Spain despite Fidel's angry tirade against EU. Luxner, Larry 1141
Cuba signs various accords with Sudan. Brief Article 139
Cuba's sugar industry in 2004. Directory 987
Cuban economy grew by 2.6% in 2003; tourism, nickel, oil are all bright spots. Amuchastegui, Domingo Industry Overview 1116
Doctors headed for Botswana, Zimbabwe. Brief Article 129
Etecsa creates site for telecom products. Brief Article 95
Frente Amplio promises Uruguay-Cuba ties. Brief Article 119
From propaganda to PR: a guide to Cuba's mass media. Norvell, Douglass G. Industry Overview 1221
Government seeks funding for the arts. Industry Overview 445
In their own words ... 569
Malev to serve Varadero from Budapest. Brief Article 118
Melia to manage Cuban-built hotel in China. Brief Article 122
Miami firm fined $900,000 for faking Cuban cigars. Brief Article 243
New state markets to offer lower prices. Brief Article 165
New York's Center for Cuban studies fears for its future. Echevarria, Vito 464
Nickel prices jump sharply, boosting Cuba's bottom line. Portela, Armando H. Industry Overview 502
North-South Center's demise irks staffers. Brief Article 187
Opposition leaders skeptical of Paya's plans for a post-Castro government. 384
Port Manatee-Alimport pact generates heat in Miami. 454
Q&A: CubaNews talks to top Alarcon adviser Miguel Alvarez. Luxner, Larry Interview 1191
Report: Cuba no haven for believers. Brief Article 100
Statue honors Compay Segundo. Brief Article 94
Sven Kuhn von Burgsdorff: EU's top envoy in Havana. Luxner, Larry 1848
Thyssen Krupp invests in cement factories. Brief Article 101
Tikal jets begins Guatemala-Cuba service. Brief Article 142
Top U.S. business lobby welcomes Senate proposal to abolish Section 211. 429
Travel agents lobby to preserve embargo. Brief Article 182
U.S. rice producers see huge potential for sales to Cuba. Industry Overview 542
UNC-Chapel Hill to send students to Cuba. Brief Article 226
What's behind free Cuba commission? Amuchastegui, Domingo 576

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