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NAVIGATING THE ISLAND

Think you’re ready to do business in Cuba, a socialist country with a trade embargo that’s just beginning to be loosened? It’s not impossible. Just very, very difficult.

WHAT YOU CAN SELL IN CUBA

Food, agricultural commodities, medicines, communications services and equipment, travel services, and package deliveries. And there’s more: Check out cubatrade.org for updates on the growing list.

WHAT YOU CAN DO

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