Latest news on trade and business deals in Cuba from USA Today:
A trade delegation led by New York’s governor left the island on a high note Tuesday, announcing several agreements struck with the Cubans and promising to return soon.
While Gov. Andrew Cuomo didn’t meet with Cuban President Raúl Castro during the 24-hour trip, he huddled Tuesday with Cuba’s first vice president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, before departing. When asked if he raised Cuba’s human rights record with the vice president, Cuomo said they spoke about the fact that “disagreements” remain between the U.S. and Cuba but did not indicate whether he pressed Díaz-Canel on the government’s record.
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