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Prosperity in Cuba will require significant changes in how it does business

Monday, February 16, 2015 - 05:50

While the US has long permitted export of agricultural goods to Cuba, last year's shipments were the smallest amount in more than a decade.


WHEN Cuba was hit with rolling blackouts a decade ago, Fidel Castro decided to save energy by ordering everyone on the island to switch from incandescent to fluorescent lighting. Millions, perhaps billions, of bulbs were ordered from China, and teams of students were dispatched to

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