Cuba: Where to Next for Cuban Food and Agriculture

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In December 2014 the United States embarked on a new diplomatic journey with Cuba, in the process rejuvenating U.S. agriculture’s interest in our southern neighbor. U.S. agriculture has high expectations because of Cuba’s proximity to the United States. Despite the recent changes, Cuba’s economic environment presents many challenges. This report summarizes the U.S. – Cuba agricultural trade relationship and Cuba’s current describes Cuba’s market potential for U.S. agriculture. 

Cuba: Where to Next for Cuban Food and Agriculture

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