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Is Cuba Ready for a BPO Revolution?

 

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The establishment of Cuba as an Nearshore services base for US corporations is not as outrageous as we might have thought only a year ago.
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FILE - In this July 9, 2014, file photo, a woman walks in front of the building that once housed the human rights group Fundacion Operacion Gaya Internacional in Heredia, Costa Rica. The group and had been contracted by Creative Associates to turn Cuba’s politically apathetic young people into "change agents." The Costa Rican government will investigate undercover U.S. programs operated from the Central American country and using its citizens in a ploy to destabilize the government in Cuba, the director of intelligence and security said Friday.

    Costa Rica to investigate US anti-Cuba program

    The Costa Rican government will investigate undercover U.S. programs operated from the Central American country and using its citizens in a ploy to destabilize the government in Cuba, the director of intelligence and security said Friday.

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FILE - In this April 4, 2013, file photo, U.S. singer Beyonce poses for photos with school children as she tours Old Havana, Cuba. The Treasury Department’s Inspector General has found this Thursday Aug. 21, 2014, that Jay-Z and Beyonce’s fifth-anniversary trip to Cuba last year was legal under U.S. rules allowing educational travel to the island.

    US inspector finds Beyonce, Jay-Z Cuba trip legal

    The U.S. Treasury Department's inspector general has determined Jay-Z and Beyonce's fifth-anniversary trip to Cuba last year was legal under rules allowing educational travel to the island.

  • Venezuela's president pays visit to Fidel Castro

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro made a belated birthday visit to Fidel Castro, the former Cuban leader revealed in one of his regular columns.

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