For the last ten years Cuba Briefing has been providing detailed and accurate news on economic, social and political developments inside Cuba to corporate interests with a long term economic relationship with the island.
The publication is available internationally on a subscription-only basis for those in business, government and the academic world who wish to understand on a weekly basis developments relating to Cuba.
Written by experts with many years of regular high level contact with Ministers, officials and others in Havana, Washington, London and elsewhere, Cuba Briefing provides readers with an unique understanding of where Cuba is going.
Produced by the editorially independent team that produces Caribbean Insight, Cuba Briefing is written with the aim of providing an insight into political, economic and commercial events on an objective and informed basis.
What subscribers say…
“We find this to be an invaluable and timely source of information on a variety of Cuban topics, whether in terms of political and economic events, or in terms of foreign corporate and local enterprise activity taking place in various business sectors. We also find the analysis and interpretation of events as regularly provided in the briefing to be fair, always interesting and most instructive” David Pitts, Country Head – Cuba, Standard Bank
“With up to date information often very hard to find, Cuba Briefing – spanning economic, commercial and political events in the country – is essential reading for anyone interested in doing business in Cuba.”
Stuart Culverhouse, Chief Economist, Exotix
“Cuba Briefing provides succinct and accurate information. It has been an invaluable source to me over the past two years while I have been writing a book on contemporary Cuba.” Dr George Lambie, Principal Lecturer in International Political Economy, Department for Public Policy, Faculty of Business and Law, De Montfort University, UK
Cuba Briefing: The facts
- 45 issues published per annum
- Delivered electronically in PDF format
- Easy to store enabling subscribers to build up a digital archive for future reference
- Money back guarantee: The Caribbean Council will refund the remaining part of an annual subscription to anyone who wishes to cancel it
- Save hours of searching for regular, reliable information for only £20 per month
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