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Cuba / The Economy #142034

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 28, 1992
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Havana: Dennis Troute) Impact of the collapse of Soviet Communism on the economy of Cuba featured; scenes shown from Havana, Cuba, which needs new markets and raw materials. [Euromoney Business Conference chairman Kirby JONES - says the United States embargo deprives Cuba of a partner.] Roles of France in oil exploration, Spain in joint tourism investment, Canada in nickel mining and sales of biotechnology to Brazil and Russia outlined. [Vice foreign minister Ramon SANCHEZ PARODI, economist Andrew ZIMBALIST - talk about the Cuban economy.] [On April 28, President BUSH - says the pressure will be kept on.] Desire of Cuban leader Fidel Castro for capital without capitalism mentioned.

Simpson, Carole;
Troute, Dennis

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