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  • Florida growers worry about Cuban imports

    Some of Florida's agriculture experts say normalizing relations with Cuba could threaten the state's citrus and vegetable crops.
  • Cuba's removal from terrorism list may prove more symbolic than business-friendly

    MIAMI Regulations governing the United States' new commercial opening toward Cuba were announced in January, but so far there have been few takers. Most businesses are still kicking the tires when it comes to Cuba and trekking to the island, often with...

    UN chief appoints new Yemen special envoy

    The U.N. chief appointed a new special envoy to Yemen as pressure grows to return to peace talks while fighting continues in the Arab world's poorest country. A statement Saturday says Ban Ki-moon has appointed Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed of Mauritania, who...

    Texans hope to capitalize on US-Cuba thaw

    DALLAS When a delegation from Texas lands in Havana on Sunday, it will become the first business group from the state to seek potential deals in the communist nation since the U.S. and Cuba agreed to restore diplomatic relations. "I'd rather stay out...

    Fin de embargo afectaría agricultura en Florida

    Fin de embargo afectaría agricultura en Florida
    MIAMI — El gobernador de Florida, Rick Scott, aseguró que un eventual levantamiento del embargo económico de EE.UU. sobre Cuba tendría un efecto negativo sobre la industria agrícola del estado. "La agricultura es una parte vital de nuestra...