Cuba sending Americans to the beach during Obama visit

Americans travelling to Cuba later this month are being moved out of Havana hotels to make room for President Barack Obama’s entourage and being sent tantalisingly close to a place U.S. law effectively forbids them from visiting: the beach. Obama will make his historic trip to the Communist-ruled Caribbean island on March 21-22 with hundreds of people in tow, crowning 15 months of warming relations after more than half a century of Cold War animosity. Cuba is already experiencing a tourism boom and March is traditionally its busiest month. The…

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Americans are Finding Opportunity in China’s Booming Economy

Image Source: Wikipedia.org Since embarking on its market reforms on 1978, China has grown to be the world’s second largest economy. It is also ranked, by IMF, as the largest economy in the world by purchasing power parity. Moreover, the country is credited with being the leading destination for expatriates, with over 600000 foreign nationals as at January 2015, 12% of which were from the United States. Here, we will examine the circumstances surrounding the current wave of Americans seeking employment opportunities in China. Americans Finding Opportunities in China China,…

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