Attorney Scott Gilbert, left, president of the US company Coabana Trading LLC and Isabel O'Reilly, director of CubaExport, sign an agreement allowing the export of Cuban charcoal to the United States in Havana, Cuba.
Attorney Scott Gilbert, left, president of the US company Coabana Trading LLC and Isabel O'Reilly, director of CubaExport, sign an agreement allowing the export of Cuban charcoal to the United States in Havana, Cuba. Ramon Espinosa AP
Attorney Scott Gilbert, left, president of the US company Coabana Trading LLC and Isabel O'Reilly, director of CubaExport, sign an agreement allowing the export of Cuban charcoal to the United States in Havana, Cuba. Ramon Espinosa AP

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