Headlines Tagged with Cuba — 837 headlines found
the cigar-making history that began when Vicente Ybor relocated his cigar factory from Key West to Tampa in the 1880s may come to an end...the rules would include Newman’s premium cigars among the operations subject to costly rules, including having to pe
Apr 25, 2016 Tampa Bay (FL) Online (TBO.com)
added Apr 26, 2016 15:44
LOOPE: between cost-benefit analysis, the Cuba question, the potential for litigation on certain questions within the deeming rule, it's all had an impact on slowing down the process...if the president doesn't issue new regulations by May 17, a Congressio
Apr 13, 2016 Cigar Aficionado
added Apr 14, 2016 01:05
With a humidor filled with $2 million worth of fine cigars, it boasts the biggest collection in all of Europe.
Apr 11, 2016 Maxim
added Apr 12, 2016 23:55
Rising hopes that the half-century U.S. trade embargo of Cuba might be coming to an end are raising concerns for U.S. cigar makers who could potentially face stiff competition from Cuban cigars. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
Apr 9, 2016 Voice of America (VOANews.com)
added Apr 11, 2016 03:42
Cuba’s long war of independence forced Spanish cigar manufacturer Vicente Martinez Ybor to move his Principe de Gales (Prince of Wales) operations from the cigar manufacturing center of Havana, Cuba to Key West, Florida.
Apr 5, 2016 Cuba Journal
added Apr 5, 2016 15:38
[Central America, Latin America] LANDRIEU: Cuba And Cigars: Advancing Relations Could Hinge On Fair Regulations
Mary L. Landrieu served as a member of the United States Senate from 1997–2015, where she chaired the Senate Small Business Committee, and Energy Committee. She is now with the firm of Van Ness Feldman, and is a consultant to Cigar Rights of America and
Apr 4, 2016 Cigar Aficionado
added Apr 5, 2016 15:29
Asked what he was most looking forward to, Jagger replied: "Cigars and salsa," to laughter from his bandmates.
Mar 25, 2016 Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Mar 27, 2016 00:26
Americans’ insatiable taste for Cuban cigars accounts for at least one of every ten cigars the Cubans export each year, according to reports in the Cigar Aficionado magazine. In top cigar shops in Swiss and other European cities, the percentage appears t
Mar 22, 2016 swissinfo (Swiss Radio International) (ch)
added Mar 27, 2016 00:22
there's a company in the Dominican Republic who has taken the name of Montecristo and developed a brand out of it," said Bean. Bean says Cuban cigar companies will likely fight to get their names back. "There will be long term litigation of some form to
Mar 21, 2016 Time Warner Cable (Spectrum) News
added Mar 27, 2016 00:20
perhaps fittingly for a country known for its cigars, tobacco is readily available at concessions stands.
Mar 23, 2016 USA Today
added Mar 26, 2016 23:23