Cuba is known for keeping its classic cars rolling, like this one on Havana’s Malecon. But U.S. companies now could send new models to the island, though its an open question how much demand the relatively poor country will generate.
Cuba is known for keeping its classic cars rolling, like this one on Havana’s Malecon. But U.S. companies now could send new models to the island, though its an open question how much demand the relatively poor country will generate. Javier Galeano The Associated Press
Cuba is known for keeping its classic cars rolling, like this one on Havana’s Malecon. But U.S. companies now could send new models to the island, though its an open question how much demand the relatively poor country will generate. Javier Galeano The Associated Press

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