“Necessity is the mother of all invention,” so goes the wise old proverb and, out of necessity, something innovative usually evolves. Will Cuba begin exporting it’s organic produce to the United States? Perhaps that is not the question to ask. More specifica... More »
Engage Cuba and the U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba (USACC) released their latest analysis this week on the benefits of increasing agricultural trade with Cuba. The report on “Future Prospects for US Agribusiness in Cuba” is their second report, the earli... More »
The Cuban government announced a reduction in the price of food products as part of the short term measures to gradually increase the purchasing power of the peso. The announcement from the Ministry of Finance and Prices indicated the reduction in prices, effe... More »
For over fifty-six years, the United States trade embargo against Cuba has resulted in a debilitating financial situation in the country. Today, the nation continues to engage in international trade, albeit under stringent regulatory constraints that the Unite... More »
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