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Cuba / Sanctions / Tourism #378259

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 21, 1998
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(Havana: Dan Rather) Poll statistics on US-Cuba diplomatic relations and the US embargo given.

(Batadera: Bob Simon) The thriving tourist economy in Havana, despite the US embargo, featured; scenes shown. [Canadian tourist Rosie SAVIGLIA, economic advisor Tao BABOON, foreign investment counselor James WHISENAND, Canadian tourist Bill PETRIE - say they are glad the Americans are not there; comment on the tourist economy.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob
Duration:
00:04:10

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