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1. 2016-05-01 US cruise ship travels to Cuba for first time in decades Havana, Cuba
2. 2016-05-01 Puerto Rico to default on debt payment after talks fail Puerto Rico
3. 2016-01-04 Puerto Rico misses second major debt payment as economy struggles Puerto Rico
E. 2015-12-16 US and Cuba to resume regular commercial flights Cuba
2015-06-29 Puerto Rico governor says territory 'can't pay $72bn debt' Puerto Rico
G. 2013-12-02 Reggae star Junior Murvin dies Port Antonio, Jamaica
H. 2013-11-02 Cuba shuts down private cinemas Cuba
I. 2013-10-22 Cuba to scrap two-currency system Cuba

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  US approves ferry service between Cuba and Florida  Washington: Ferries could be set to run between Florida and Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years after the US government approved new services Reggae star Junior Murvin dies   Jamaica: Reggae singer Junior Murvin, best known for the 1976 hit song Police and Thieves, has died in Jamaica aged 67 Cuba shuts down private cinemas  Cuba has ordered the immediate closure of dozens of privately-run cinemas and video-game salons Cuba to scrap two-currency system
  US cruise ship travels to Cuba for first time in decades Map of Havana Cuba  The Adoni, carrying some 700 passengers, is sailing to Cuba from the US, the first such trip in more than 50 years Puerto Rico to default on debt payment after talks fail  Puerto Rico has halted a $422m (289m) debt payment due on Monday after talks to ease the US territory's crisis ended without a deal Puerto Rico misses second major debt payment as economy struggles   Puerto Rico has defaulted for the second time in five months, as the island struggles with massive debt obligations and a flagging economy US and Cuba to resume regular commercial flights   The US and Cuba have reached an understanding on resuming regular commercial flights between the two countries Puerto Rico governor says territory 'can't pay $72bn debt'


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  Alejandro Garcia Padilla has said the US territory cannot pay its $72bn debt and is close to defaulting ahead of emergency talks with legislators
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  Cuba is to scrap its two-currency system in the latest financial reform rolled out by President Raul Castro, official media report



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Sep.13  
  Cuba announces plans to lay off more than a half million public sector workers over the 6 months and allow more jobs to be created in the private sector
Aug.1 President allow more private enterprise  Cuba: President Raul Castro said that his government would allow more private businesses and make it easier for those businesses to hire workers May.6 Cuba has worst sugar harvest in a century  Citing poor organizational planning, the report said the country's mills face an 850,000-ton deficit in production expectations Mar.16   Haiti 'needs $11.5bn' to rebuild  Haiti will need $11.5bn to rebuild after the devastating earthquake in January, the country's government estimates

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Oct.15   Strike protests job cuts   Puerto Rico: Thousands of people took to the streets, paralyzing commercial activity in downtown San Juan to protest government budget cuts Jul.26   Castro calls for tight finances in Cuba
  Castro said in a speech marking Revolution Day that the nation will face a second round of belt-tightening as a result of the global financial crunch Feb.21 Antigua & Barbuda seizes Stanford banks   Antiguan and Barbudan regulators took control of U.S.financier financial institutions on the twin-island nation

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Nov.22 Caribbean leaders join forces on downturn. Antigua & Barbuda Oct.6 Storms bring food shortages back. Cuba Jun.11 Cuba to abandon salary equality  Vice-Minister for Labour: Cuba is to abolish system of equal pay for all and allow workers and managers to earn performance bonuses May.2 Home computer ban lifted  Cuba: The first legalised home computers have gone on sale, but a ban remains on internet access Apr.16 President looks to boost food production. Cuba Apr.11 Leaders plan more reforms. Cuba Apr.7 Angry Haitians protest food prices

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.2   Castro misses birthday parade
  Cuba: Tanks rolled through the streets and jets roared overhead , but ailing leader Fidel Castro did not appear
Jun.18 Resolution passes to resume whaling  A slim majority of nations voted in support of a resumption of commercial whaling. Japan gains key whaling victory Apr.29   Leftist trio seals Americas pact
  Cuba: The leaders of Bolivia, Cuba and Venezuela have signed a trade agreement to counter US influence



    
    

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Puerto Rico to default on debt payment after talks fail  Puerto Rico has halted a $422m (289m) debt payment due on Monday after talks to ease the US territory's crisis ended without a deal Puerto Rico misses second major debt payment as economy struggles  Puerto Rico has defaulted for the second time in five months, as the island struggles with massive debt obligations and a flagging economy Cuba to scrap two-currency system




Caribbean, Business Financial Timeline ... See World Financial timeline Top ^
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May.1
Jan.4
2013
Oct.22
  Cuba is to scrap its two-currency system in the latest financial reform rolled out by President Raul Castro, official media report
2009 Jul.26   Castro calls for tight finances in Cuba
  Castro said in a speech marking Revolution Day that the nation will face a second round of belt-tightening as a result of the global financial crunch Feb.21 Antigua & Barbuda seizes Stanford banks   Antiguan and Barbudan regulators took control of U.S.financier financial institutions on the twin-island nation 2008 Nov.22 Caribbean leaders join forces on downturn. Antigua & Barbuda Jun.11 Cuba to abandon salary equality  Vice-Minister for Labour: Cuba is to abolish system of equal pay for all and allow workers and managers to earn performance bonuses



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2010 Dec.29   Cholera could hurt rice production  Haiti: A chunk of Haiti's rice harvest will probably be lost because of farmers' fears of cholera contamination, the United Nations said May.6 Cuba has worst sugar harvest in a century  Citing poor organizational planning, the report said the country's mills face an 850,000-ton deficit in production expectations 2008 Oct.6 Storms bring food shortages back
. Cuba Apr.16 President looks to boost food production. Cuba Apr.7 Angry Haitians protest food prices 2006 Jun.18 Resolution passes to resume whaling  A slim majority of nations voted in support of a resumption of commercial whaling. Japan gains key whaling victory



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2010 Sep.13   Cuba to cut half million public jobs
  Cuba announces plans to lay off more than a half million public sector workers over the 6 months and allow more jobs to be created in the private sector
2009 Oct.15   Strike protests job cuts   Puerto Rico: Thousands of people took to the streets, paralyzing commercial activity in downtown San Juan to protest government budget cuts



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2015 Jun.29 Puerto Rico governor says territory 'can't pay $72bn debt'
  Alejandro Garcia Padilla has said the US territory cannot pay its $72bn debt and is close to defaulting ahead of emergency talks with legislators




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2008 May.2 Home computer ban lifted  Cuba: The first legalised home computers have gone on sale, but a ban remains on internet access



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2015 Dec.16 US and Cuba to resume regular commercial flights   The US and Cuba have reached an understanding on resuming regular commercial flights between the two countries



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2016 May.1   US cruise ship travels to Cuba for first time in decades Map of Havana Cuba  The Adoni, carrying some 700 passengers, is sailing to Cuba from the US, the first such trip in more than 50 years 2015 May.5   US approves ferry service between Cuba and Florida  Washington: Ferries could be set to run between Florida and Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years after the US government approved new services



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2010 Mar.16   Haiti 'needs $11.5bn' to rebuild  Haiti will need $11.5bn to rebuild after the devastating earthquake in January, the country's government estimates



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2011 Nov.3 Cuba legalises private home sales  Cuba has approved a law allowing individuals to buy and sell homes privately for the first time in 50 years



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2010 Aug.1 President allow more private enterprise  Cuba: President Raul Castro said that his government would allow more private businesses and make it easier for those businesses to hire workers



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2006 Apr.29   Leftist trio seals Americas pact
  Cuba: The leaders of Bolivia, Cuba and Venezuela have signed a trade agreement to counter US influence




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2008 Apr.11 Leaders plan more reforms
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2013 Dec.2 Reggae star Junior Murvin dies   Jamaica: Reggae singer Junior Murvin, best known for the 1976 hit song Police and Thieves, has died in Jamaica aged 67 Nov.2 Cuba shuts down private cinemas  Cuba has ordered the immediate closure of dozens of privately-run cinemas and video-game salons 2006 Dec.2   Castro misses birthday parade
  Cuba: Tanks rolled through the streets and jets roared overhead , but ailing leader Fidel Castro did not appear