U.S. and Cuba: Frenemies?


The United States exported more than $107 million in goods to Cuba during the first three months of the year despite the Trump administration’s hostile policies toward the socialist government.
Exports totaled $33.1 million in January, $29.1 million in February and $44.9 million in March, according to the latest available figures.
At that pace, exports would reach $428.4 million by the year’s end, the highest level since 2012.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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