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  • Cienfuegos entrepreneurs hope U.S. tourists will boost scant business

    Private entrepreneurs in this small Cuban city hoped the arrival of a cruise ship from the United States would pump up business. So far, not so much. New flights from the U.S. could change the equation.

Private entrepreneurs in this small Cuban city hoped the arrival of a cruise ship from the United States would pump up business. So far, not so much. New flights from the U.S. could change the equation. Al Diaz Miami Herald
Private entrepreneurs in this small Cuban city hoped the arrival of a cruise ship from the United States would pump up business. So far, not so much. New flights from the U.S. could change the equation. Al Diaz Miami Herald

Cienfuegos entrepreneurs hope U.S. tourists will boost scant business

September 16, 2016 12:47 PM

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