As part of the thaw in relations between Washington and Havana, the U.S. last summer formally reopened its embassy in Havana. Secretary of State John Kerry watched Marines raise the American flag. The U.S. Commerce Department now is calling for Cuba to be more open to U.S. business and investment.
As part of the thaw in relations between Washington and Havana, the U.S. last summer formally reopened its embassy in Havana. Secretary of State John Kerry watched Marines raise the American flag. The U.S. Commerce Department now is calling for Cuba to be more open to U.S. business and investment. Pablo Martinez Monsivais The New York Times
As part of the thaw in relations between Washington and Havana, the U.S. last summer formally reopened its embassy in Havana. Secretary of State John Kerry watched Marines raise the American flag. The U.S. Commerce Department now is calling for Cuba to be more open to U.S. business and investment. Pablo Martinez Monsivais The New York Times

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