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Despite the heavy rains brought on by tropical storm Alberto, Cuban tobacco producers are expected to meet their production goals. Cuba endured more than 15 days of intense rains that had a dramatic impact on residents, especially those living in the central and western provinces. More than 1,300 homes, bridges, infrastructure, electrical and sewage systems […]
The post Cuban Tobacco Farmers Hit Hard By Tropical Rains and Flooding appeared first on Tobacco Business Magazine.
Just as China has become the top emerging market for Cuban cigars with a 33-percent year-on-year growth in 2017, several Chinese companies decided to provide Cuban and international firms with various products related to the industry. Such is the case o
The XX Habanos Festival has come to an end with the Gala Evening -in tribute to a very special edition, that of its 20th Anniversary- for the world’s best tobacco lovers from more than 70 countries. The new Línea Maduro of Partagás was presented, incorpo
A surge in sales of Cuba’s legendary cigars in China helped manufacturer Habanos S.A.’s global revenue rise 12 percent to hit a record of around $500 million last year, the company said on Monday at the start of Cuba’s annual cigar festival.
Yolanda Medina, a famous cigar rolling master, has just returned from another trip to China, where she displayed her cigar rolling skills for aficionados of premium Cuban cigars in Beijing and Shanghai. Each year since 2000, Medina, who is one of Cuba’s
It all begins on Monday, February 26 with a dinner at the El Laguito protocol hall. The highlight of the evening will be the preview of the Cohiba Robusto Reserva Cosecha 2014, a new premium release of the country’s most iconic brand.
The Habanos Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary. The biggest international event for the world’s best tobacco lovers will be held from 26 February to 2 of March. The Festival will highlight Cohiba and Partagás brands and its new launches.
Cubans are proud of their cigars and rum. So it made sense that Cuban leader Raul Castro provided more than $2,000 worth of his nation’s most famous consumer products and other items to Barack Obama, his family and a top aide during the former U.S. presi
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