Coalition touts increased market opportunities in Cuba

U.S. agribusiness continues to lose market share in Cuba due to policies preventing them from extending credit to Cuba for ag goods.

American agribusinesses continue to lose market share in Cuba to the European Union, Brazil, Argentina and Vietnam due to current U.S. policies. The U.S. now ranks fifth in agricultural exports to Cuba. If Congress were to change U.S. policy on agricultural exports to Cuba, U.S. exports would be more competitive and able to recapture lost market share, according to a report from the Engage Cuba Coalition, in coordination with Brian Healy in the Office of Global Analysis at the U.S. Depart

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