Miami-Dade County

December 20, 2015 12:39 PM

Business leaders pen ‘open letter’ urging fellow Cuban Americans to embrace U.S. policy changes

Ten businessmen, mostly from Miami, traveled to Cuba this month

They say they saw ‘progress’ in a fledgling entrepreneurial class

They want to give cover to more Cuban Americans to engage with the island

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