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U.S.-Cuba Agricultural Trade: Past, Present, and Possible Future
Steven Zahniser (au)
Establishment of a more normal economic relationship with Cuba has the potential to foster additional growth in U.S.-Cuba agricultural trade. Prior to the Cuban Revolution of 1959, bilateral trade featured large volumes of agricultural products. In 2000, the U.S. economic embargo on Cuba was loosened to allow for U.S. exports of agricultural products and medicine, and the U.S. soon became Cubańˇ╗s leading supplier of agricutural imports. The remaining prohibitions on issuing credit to Cuba, however, give other exporting countries a competitive advantage in the Cuban market. A more normal economic relationship between the two countries would allow Cuba to resume exporting agricultural products to the U.S., while U.S. agricultural exporters would be able to develop commercial ties in Cuba that approximate their business relationships in other parts of the world. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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