Earlier this month Cuba stopped issuing new licenses for private restaurants, in order to get control of the black market they're forced to use for supplies. One of Cuba's few growth industries may be grinding to a halt.
The EU has drafted business safeguards to salvage the Iran nuclear deal, including prohibiting firms from complying with US sanctions and sending money to Iran's central bank. Experts doubt such efforts will be enough.
Within a few months more has changed here than in the past few decades. Cuba, the last "socialist paradise" is opening up to the west - and thereby risks losing its own very special flair.
UEFA hoped that personalized Euro 2016 tickets would make scalpers' lives difficult, but outside the stadiums touts are still having a field day. DW sports went out to discover what's behind their dubious dealings.
Cuba's first ultra luxury hotel opened its doors Monday in Havana, with guests paying up to $2,500 a night to stay in five-star comfort on the Communist island.
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