Thursday, August 21, 2008

U.S. is Cuba's Fifth Largest Trading Partner

United_states_2Cuba The U.S. began selling food to Cuba in 2002 under an exception to the U.S. embargo of Cuba.  Data for 2007 on the website of Cuba's National Statistic Office now reportedly puts the U.S. at $484 million for 2006 and $582 million for 2007, making the U.S. Cuba's fifth largest trading partner.  The U.S. embargo of Cuba began in 1962.

(mew)

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