Refining Center Paraguaná improved its communication platform

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The communication platform of the PDVSA Paraguaná Refining Center (CRP) has improved the connection of its communications. AIT Falcón’s director, Robert Toyo, said applications will be more functional. “All these efforts have made it possible to create a dual service connection in the CRP, which makes it possible to protect their systems against the unavailability ….  Read More

Cuba studies the creation of a cryptocurrency to boost its economy before US sanctions

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The Cuban government said on Tuesday it was exploring the possibility of creating local cryptocurrencies in its financial system, with the aim of revitalizing its domestic industry in the face of recent unilateral economic sanctions imposed by the United States. Cuba’s Minister of the Economy and Planning, Alejandro Gil Fernandez, explained in a television interview, ….  Read More

Putin signs law to suspend the INF treaty with the United States

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a federal law ending his country’s participation in the Short and Medium-Range Missile (INF) Treaty, which the United States withdrew in February. The text, previously submitted by the Russian legislator by Putin himself, officially separates the country from its obligations under the treaty, but stipulates that the Russian head ….  Read More

The study warns that cockroaches are becoming “impossible to kill” with insecticides

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According to a study published in the journal Nature, cockroaches are becoming resistant to almost all types of insecticides and may soon be almost impossible to kill with chemicals. In an effort to determine the most optimal eradication methods for these insects, entomologists at Purdue University in Indiana (USA) developed an experiment to assess their ….  Read More

Dies at the 94-year-old man who popularized the Ford Mustang and saved Chrysler from bankruptcy

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American Lee Iacocca, a former auto industry businessman, died on July 2 at his home in Los Angeles, California, at 94 years of Parkinson’s-related complications, reports Reuters . Fiat Chrysler Automobiles lamented the loss of “one of the greatest leaders in our society and the automotive industry in general”, who “played a deep and tireless ….  Read More