Mexico City, 20 January (Argus) — Mexico is throwing its hat into the ring to supply natural gas to Cuba in the wake of Washington´s rapprochement with Havana. 

Mexico's economy secretary Ildefonso Guajardo raised the possibility of state-run Pemex supplying Cuba during a Mexican conference last week. "It´s something we´re just starting to explore," he said.

In 2012, Mexico and Cuba signed a series of cooperation agreements, including the sharing of expertise, technology, best practices, training and renewable energy know-how...



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Date Title
1/29/16 PAC Favoring Ties With Cuba Raised $350,000 in Past Six Months, Will Spend on House, Senate Races
Byron Tau, WSJ
1/29/16 The American Invasion of Cuba
Ellen Garmerman and Kelly Crow, WSJ
1/29/16 Among Cuban-American Business Leaders, Divided Views On Way Forward
Desmond Boylan, AP
1/29/16 Peeling the Onion: U.S.-Cuba Economic Normalization
Margaret Crahan, The Huffington Post
1/29/16 After unusual weather, Cuba struggles to save prized tobacco crop
Reuters
1/29/16 'Car Talk' In Cuba: How Those Classic American Cars Survived The Embargo
NPR
1/28/16 Cuba's Irreversible Internet
Emily Parket, The Huffington Post
1/28/16 New Cuba regulations provide more ‘wiggle room’ for U.S. businesses
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/27/16 Why Cuba Is Becoming a Serious Culinary Destination
Tamar Adler, Vouge
1/27/16 New U.S. rules allow infrastructure projects, movie shoots in Cuba
Reuters
1/27/16 So You Want to Visit Cuba 'Before It's Ruined'?
Tomas Bilbao, The Huffington Post
1/27/16 The Immediate Risks of Cuba's Opening
Stratfor
1/26/16 Surge of Americans tests limits of Cuba's tourism industry
Jaime Hamre, Reuters
1/26/16 Why the U.S. Should Embrace the Rise of Cuba's Entrepreneurs
Ted Henken, The Huffington Post
1/26/16 Cuba still wary of U.S. telecom and Internet offers
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/25/16 Marco Rubio's Cold War
Mary Jordan, The Washington Post
1/22/16 Cuban officials say they have held 2 days of talks with their US counterparts about telecommunications and the Internet
AP
1/22/16 "House of Lies" makes history with shoot in Cuba
CBS News
1/22/16 Marco Rubio: Obama not doing enough to stop Cuba migrant crisis
Tal Kopan, CNN
1/21/16 Coast Guard: Migrants Fleeing Cuba Increasingly Violent
AP
1/21/16 In a reversal, Cuba tries price controls to tame food inflation
Reuters
1/21/16 Miami-Dade County leaders oppose Cuban consulate in Miami
Michael Vasquez, The Miami Herald
1/21/16 Current Record
1/20/16 German firm acquires Seattle-based Clipper, plans new routes
AP
1/20/16 Rep. Diaz-Balart pushes Cuba to free dissident journalist on hunger strike
James Rosen, The Miami Herald
1/19/16 Cuba's Raul Castro to visit France on Feb. 1
Reuters
1/19/16 Miami readies a fight over Cuban consulate
Douglas Hanks, The Miami Herald
1/19/16 22-year-old Cuban-American woman could be the next Einstein, says Harvard
Vittorio Hernandez, IBT
1/17/16 U.S.-Cuba commercial flights on the horizon
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/17/16 In GOP, Emmer takes the lead on Cuba
Allison Sherry, Star Tribune
1/15/16 Cuba prevails in Havana Club rum dispute with Bacardi
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/15/16 Mexico and Cuba considering joint natural gas project -minister
Reuters
1/15/16 FCC to allow U.S. telecom services to Cuba
Roger Yu, USA Today
1/15/16 U.S. Coast Guard repatriates 169 Cuban migrants
Joey Flechas, The Miami Herald
1/15/16 Lift Cuba embargo while the window remains open
Star Tribune, Editorial Board
1/14/16 Cruise lines still awaiting OK from Cuba to begin trips with U.S. departures
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/14/16 Cuba to attend security conference with U.S. for first time
Ben Fox, AP
1/14/16 Plan For Cuba Ferry Terminal Reveals Shift In Miami Politics
Greg Allen, NPR
1/14/16 Facing possible Cuban immigrant influx, Miami-Dade schools ask for federal funding
Christina Veiga, The Miami Herald
1/13/16 First group of stranded Cuban migrants leaves Costa Rica
Reuters
1/13/16 President Obama calls for lifting Cuban embargo in State of the Union
Carlos Barria, Reuters
1/13/16 Mexico to grant transit visas to Cuban migrants
Reuters
1/13/16 Setting sail for Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/13/16 U.S.-backed music festival headed to Cuba
Alan Gomez, USA Today
1/12/16 Unilever returns to Cuba in joint venture with state
1/12/16 Miami Medicare fraud fugitive returns from Cuba — voluntarily
Jay Weaver, The Miami Herald
1/11/16 In Cuba, Cash Trickles In for Budding Capitalists
Dudley Althaus and Jose de Cordoba, The Wall Street Journal
1/11/16 U.S. mulls ending program that urges Cuban doctors to defect
PBS
1/11/16 U.S.-Cuba relations: Plenty to work on in 2016
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/11/16 China's financial backing keeps Cuban port's expansion on track
SINA
1/8/16 Miami-Dade mayor plays down idea of Cuba ferry plans
Douglas Hanks, The Miami Herald
1/8/16 Dummy Hellfire missile mistakenly shipped to Cuba
AP
1/8/16 Fates of 53 Cuban Dissidents Show Difficulty of US Policy
AP
1/7/16 Showtime’s ‘House of Lies’ To Be First U.S. Scripted Show Filmed in Cuba
Whitney Friedlander, Variety
1/7/16 First Cuban migrant flight to leave Costa Rica next week
Reuters
1/7/16 36 Hours in Havana
Damien Cave, The New York Times
1/7/16 Miami-Dade pursuing ferry service to Cuba from PortMiami
David Smiley and Douglas Hanks, The Miami Herald
1/6/16 McAuliffe, in Havana, says Obama ‘should come and will come visit Cuba’
Laura Vozzella, The Washington Post
1/6/16 Mexican Senate calls for free-trade agreement with Cuba
IANS
1/6/16 Cuba May Use Middlemen for Flights to U.S.
Lenore T. Adkins, Bloomberg BNA
1/5/16 Five freed in US-Cuba rapprochement back in custody: rights group
AFP
1/5/16 Meet Cuba’s Amateur Boxers
Lucia De Stefani, Time
1/5/16 Virginia and Cuba to sign port agreement, look to expand trade
Reuters
1/5/16 The Deadly Kiss of Price Controls on Cuban Consumers
Yoani Sanchez, The Huffington Post
1/2/16 White House: decision on Obama Cuba trip in next couple months
Jeff Mason, Reuters