A shoe repairman fixes a pair of shoes at a shop in Havana, Cuba. Footwear is one of the products that private Cuban entrepreneurs will be able to sell in the United States under new rules released by the State Department.
A shoe repairman fixes a pair of shoes at a shop in Havana, Cuba. Footwear is one of the products that private Cuban entrepreneurs will be able to sell in the United States under new rules released by the State Department. Ty Wright Bloomberg
A shoe repairman fixes a pair of shoes at a shop in Havana, Cuba. Footwear is one of the products that private Cuban entrepreneurs will be able to sell in the United States under new rules released by the State Department. Ty Wright Bloomberg

Cuban entrepreneurs can sell everything from shoes to soap in the United States

February 23, 2015 07:00 AM

UPDATED February 23, 2015 09:27 PM

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