Starwood Hotels & Resorts has signed a deal to operate Havana s iconic Hotel Inglaterra in partnership with the Cuban government. But as Cuba courts investors from around the world, the prospects for U.S. business are unclear. President-elect Donald Trump also has indicated he might reverse policies that allowed a U.S. business opening to Cuba.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts has signed a deal to operate Havana s iconic Hotel Inglaterra in partnership with the Cuban government. But as Cuba courts investors from around the world, the prospects for U.S. business are unclear. President-elect Donald Trump also has indicated he might reverse policies that allowed a U.S. business opening to Cuba. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Starwood Hotels & Resorts has signed a deal to operate Havana s iconic Hotel Inglaterra in partnership with the Cuban government. But as Cuba courts investors from around the world, the prospects for U.S. business are unclear. President-elect Donald Trump also has indicated he might reverse policies that allowed a U.S. business opening to Cuba. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

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