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Cuba / Castro Health / Economy #835467

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 05, 2006
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) The recovery of Cuban leader Fidel Castro from surgery noted.

(Miami: Jim Acosta) The likelihood of a change to a Chinese-style capitalism in Cuba after Fidel examined; details given about how Cuba has turned to allies like Venezuela since the nation is forbidden fruit for American businesses. [US-Cuba business consultant Ted BABUN†- comments on future business; states the Cuban government anticipates development.] [Political scientist Samuel FARBER†- outlines the political economy under Raul Castro.] [US-Cuba Trade Assn. Kirby JONES†- comments on investments in Cuba.]

DuBois, Maurice;
Acosta, Jim

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