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Cuba Trump Policies Could Roll Back US-Cuba Ties, Says Mexican Academic
Progress in US-Cuba ties is likely to suffer a setback under US President Donald Trump, according to Mario Torrico, a research professor at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (Flacso) in Mexico City.
Cuba Cuba to Reduce Price of Surfing Domestic Websites
Cuba's state-owned telecommunications company Etecsa announced Thursday in a statement that it is to lower the price for surfing the domestic websites on Internet to "ease searches of websites with national content for cultural, informative or research purposes."
Ecuador Ecuador Internet Penetration Up to 55.6% in 2016
Ecuador ended 2016 with a total internet penetration of 55.6 percent, according to the latest data from telecommunications ministry Mintel.
Brazil Brazil Loses over 40,000 Jobs in January
Brazil lost 40,864 formal jobs in January, the 22nd consecutive month in which the country saw more firing than hiring, the country's Labor Ministry said on Friday.
Brazil Brazil Central Bank Reduces 2017 GDP Growth Estimates
Amid a two-year-long recession, Brazil's Central Bank announced on Thursday its decision to reduce the GDP growth projection for 2017 to 0.5 percent.
Chile Protectionism Brings "Neither Growth Nor Wellbeing": Chilean President
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet on Wednesday slammed protectionist trends arising around the world, including in the U.S., and the uncertainty they generate.
Cuba Cubans Enjoy Free Internet Service at Home in Pilot Program
These days the historic center of Havana is buzzing with major news. This is not due to the arrival of an American cruise ship, the restoration of an antique building or an increase in tourism.
Brazil Hackers Take over Brazilian President's Website
Hackers took over an Internet page of Brazilian President Michel Temer on Saturday, and defaced it with calls for the death penalty to be applied to Brazilian politicians, according to a government statement.
Argentina Argentina Doubles 4G Base Stations in 2016
The number of installed 4G base stations in Argentina increased from 5,365 in January 2016 to 9,645 in October, reports local daily La Nacion, citing figures from communications regulator Enacom.
Brazil BBC Pulls Pay-TV Channels from Brazil and Latin America
The BBC has decided to stop broadcasting its BBC Earth, BBC Entertainment and CBeebies channels in Brazil and Latin America, amid low viewing figures and because it is unable to distribute its channels with every pay-TV operator, reports Noticias da TV.
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