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U.S. Official in Cuba Held Talks with Cuban Officials and Normal Citizens

<div align="justify"> Bisa Williams, acting deputy assistant secretary, met this week with Deputy Foreign Minister Dagoberto Rodriguez during a six-day trip to Cuba, Assistant Secretary P.J. Crowley said. </div> Read More

Fewer Cubans Going to U.S.

<div align="justify"> Interviews with U.S. officials and Cuban affairs experts indicate the U.S. recession, more stringent enforcement in the Florida Straits, tougher immigration policies in Mexico's and less restrictive U.S.-Cuba relations are all playing parts in the slowing flow of immigrants, the Herald said. </div> Read More

Foreing Suppliers Worried about Payments in Cuba

<div align="justify"> The businessmen, who asked not to be identified, said they were increasingly frustrated because the Communist authorities refused to offer explanations or solutions for the situation, which stems from a cash crunch in the Cuban economy triggered by the global downturn and heavy hurricane damage last year. </div> Read More

According to Experts, Cuba's Agriculture Has a very Promising Future

<div align="justify"> William A. Messina Jr., of the University of Florida's Agriculture Science Institute, said that the communist island &quot;has such good soil and it represents a challenge of such magnitude that, with the end of the embargo, the agricultural market impact on the continent would be larger that of the Free Trade Treaty.&quot;<br /> </div> Read More