While it remains to be seen how the new Trump Administration will handle the future trading relationship with Cuba, those in agriculture continue to see it as a key market with increasing export potential.
Illinois agricultural leaders representing the corn, beef and ethanol industries traveled to Cuba Jan. 7-13, 2017, to meet with government leaders in trade, finance and agriculture. The goal of the delegation, led by Chicago, Ill.-based Traders Group Inc., was to continue
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