The opening of Cuba’s economy is already transforming the country’s landscape. Some fear that the capital, Havana, is at risk of losing its run-down charm.
Fresh data is showing that rebounding exports and rising business investments were the main drivers of growth in Europe's largest economy over the summer, confirming Germany's robust expansion.
Gross domestic product of the world's third-largest economy has grown in yet another quarter, making it the longest period of economic expansion in more than 16 years. But private consumption is losing steam.
The US government has toughened the terms for Americans traveling to Cuba and doing business in the country. It makes good on a pledge made by President Donald Trump to roll back Obama's Cuban détente policy.
Cuba's foreign minister has lashed out at Washington over alleged "health" attacks on US diplomats in Havana. The Trump administration believes the Cuban government is responsible for the diplomats' mysterious symptoms.
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