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UN agency announces lowest growth rate for Latin American and Caribbean economies in 70 years

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The region has experienced a generalized, synchronized economic slowdown in most countries and sectors, completing six consecutive years of limited growth, ECLAC reported on Thursday, in its latest annual report released by its headquarters in Santiago de Chile.

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The real interest of the United States and transnational corporations in Latin America and the Caribbean

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Our America is again suffering escalating aggression by U.S. imperialism and local oligarchies. The region is experiencing a sad reality involving dangerous turmoil and socio-political instability, promoted by Washington. The hemisphere’s most reactionary forces are attacking sovereign governments with coups, methods of unconventional war,

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President Díaz-Canel reaffirms Cuba’s interest in strengthening relations with Dominica

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The prime minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, urged citizens to respect the majority vote in last Friday’s general elections, giving the Labor Party, which he leads, the victory. According to Prensa Latina, announced preliminary results indicate that this party won 18 electoral districts, three more than held previously.

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Caribbean nations can always count on Cuba’s support

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This December 8 marked the 47th anniversary of the establishment of relations between Cuba and the nations of the Caribbean Community (Caricom), giving a rightful place to the close geographical, historical and cultural unity shared by our peoples for several centuries.

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Strong cultural ties across the Caribbean

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What is done here with culture, on a limited budget, is heroic; this is being Cuban, said Lancelot Cowie, ambassador from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, speaking with Granma International, after participating in the Pensamiento Congress, the Festival of Ibero-American Culture’s central event.

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Havana, the capital of anti-imperialism and solidarity

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November 1-3, Havana serves once again as a beacon for the struggles of the peoples of Latin America, when voices are raised in the Convention Center during an Anti-Imperialist Solidarity Conference, for Democracy and against Neoliberalism. These days will make a real contribution to confronting the current counterrevolutionary offensive of U.S. imperialism, to the search for the broadest possible unity of leftist forces in the region, and to the strengthening of militant solidarity with just causes defended by the peoples.

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The Caribbean, a crucible of sovereign nations

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The peoples who live in the Caribbean have been at the mercy of hegemonic powers since the beginning of the modern era, creating riches with the blood and sweat under slavery. This is a history some wish to erase via mechanisms of cultural colonization – the same forces that attack any efforts toward regional integration.

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The Association of Caribbean States must continue to be the mainstay of Greater Caribbean unity

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Speech by Miguel M. Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, at the VIII Meeting of the Association of Caribbean States, in Managua, Nicaragua, March 29, 2019, Year 61 of the Revolution

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President Díaz-Canel in Nicaragua

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Bearing greetings from the Cuban people, and especially Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, to the sister people of Nicaragua and the Sandinista government, President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez arrived in Managua, yesterday, to attend the VIII Summit if the Association of Caribbean States.

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Colonialism 2.0 in Latin America and the Caribbean

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Once the internet became the central nervous system of the economy, research, news, and politics, the United States’ borders were extended across the planet. Only the U.S. and its corporations are sovereign, no other nation-state exists that could reshape the net by itself, to put a brake on Colonialism 2.0, despite local anti-monopoly laws and clear policies supporting sustainability on the social, ecological, economic, and technological order – much less build a viable alternative to disconnect from the so-called information society.