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Articles from CubaNews (November 1, 2006)

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800 foreign firms take part in FIHAV show. Brief article 244
ACLU: Fla. lawbanning Cuba travel is wrong. Brief article 181
Calendar of events. Calendar 453
CDC liquidates stake in CariFin venture. Brief article 164
Cuba back on standard time. Brief article 145
Cuba to help Trinidad boost food output. Brief article 115
Cuba's Sugar Ministry looks to ethanol as home-grown fix for island fuel needs. Echevarria, Vito 1181
Cuba, Caricom to expand free trade pact. 133
Cuban rice imports from Vietnam steady. 86
Cuban-Americans by the numbers. Brief article 305
Cuban-Chinese trade taking off. Brief article 185
CubaNews assures readers: no conflict of interest. 170
Czech exports to Cuba up 57% in 2005. 132
Democratic control of Congress could lead to big changes in U.S. Cuba policy. Radelat, Ana 1428
Despite cost, Europeans still flock to CUBA. Brief article 234
Despite tensions, Cuba-Spain trade hit $1 billion in 2005. 321
Despite uncertainty, Sherritt plans expasions. 346
Fidel and Raul: shared interim period. Amuchastegui, Domingo 816
Fidel's illness pushes Herzfeld Fund into high gear. 494
Fire damages major Havana oil refinery. 192
Florida investment advisor takes a closer look at Cuba. Luxner, Larry 683
For bird enthusiasts, Cuba's a real paradise. Norvell, Douglass G. 361
Honduras to send envoy Cuba in January. 88
Housing deficit being dealt with--slowly. 196
In their own words ... 624
Lexington Institute's Phil Peters does his homework. Luxner, Larry 1994
Newspaper exposes 'extreme contamination' of Nuevitas Bay by wire factory. 427
Officials claim embargo cost Cuba $4 billion in 2005. Luxner, Larry 561
Pebercan pursues Block 7 oil potential. 261
Radio, TV Marti begin airborne broadcasting. 177
Russia offers Cuba $355 million credit. 348
Smith, Hays face off at Vermont forum on Cuba policy. Simon, Helen J. 565
TCCC plans Jamaica-Cuba fiberoptic cable. 265
Transport minister, chiefs of Etecsa, Copextel dismissed. 394
U.S. group pledges $10m in microloans. 361
When it comes to sheer size, Camaguey leads the way. Portela, Armando H. Province overview 1118
World's costliest cigar debuts at $440. Brief article 151

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