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Cuba-US Relations / American Business / Donohue Interview #431126

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 15, 1999
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Interview held with Chamber of Commerce president Tom Donohue about his recent visit to Cuba to promote American business opportunities. [DONOHUE - outlines his talks with Cuban leader Fidel Castro about the prospects for US-Cuba trade and the chances for eliminating sanctions; points out that Castro now realizes the importance of a private business sector in Cuba.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw; Havana: Lucia Newman) Cuba's shift to some limited capitalism in its socialist economy and the increase in the lucrative refugee smuggling business discussed.

Newman, Lucia;
Shaw, Bernard

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