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Cuba: Big fuss, small market

By John Price Since the Obama administration made its diplomatic overture on December 17, 2014, the pace of change in U.S.-Cuban relations has been exhilarating. The U.S. embargo of Cuba, which has stood as a thorn in U.S.-Latin American relations for over five decades, may soon be dismantled. For the two million Americans of Cuban descent, the surreal developments conjure great depths of emotion, a combination of hope and angst about where this new path might lead. The likely end of America’s last cold war conflict has captured the world’s imagination. Infectious curiosity has even crept into boardrooms of American […]
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