Last year, the United States restored diplomatic ties with Cuba. The move ended decades of hostility and fuelled hopes of blossoming business ties, especially in the tourism sector. Now Donald Trump is threatening to reverse that detente.
From disbelief to outrage: In Cuba, special stores can offer goods for sale in a currency other than the Cuban peso. That's a new low for the economic reality of the island, says Yoani Sanchez.
In normal years, tourism in Chile's natural paradise, Pucon, is thriving. But with travel restrictions amid a pandemic, residents whose livelihood is dependent on tourism are suffering — with no clear end in sight.
After resuming diplomatic relations five years ago, Cuba and the US find themselves on poor terms. The US embargo is tighter than ever, as Donald Trump turns back the clock.
Some of the biggest football clubs in the world are in Lisbon for the Champions League. For the hosts, it's an opportunity to attract much-needed tourism amid the economic impacts of coronavirus, as DW found out.
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