Cuba also has the potential to become a major market for U.S. agricultural exports with its total food imports in 2014 at $1.9 billion. However, the question remains whether the potential can be fully realized with the current Castro regime in charge and current policies in place.
Wednesday the House Agriculture Committee held a hearing to examine the potential for expanded agricultural trade between the United States and Cuba. Much of the conversation centered on Rep. Rick Crawfor
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