A woman exchanges U.S. dollars for Cuban pesos in Havana. Remittances from the United States have become the lifeblood of many Cuban families.
A woman exchanges U.S. dollars for Cuban pesos in Havana. Remittances from the United States have become the lifeblood of many Cuban families. Jorge Rey Getty Images
A woman exchanges U.S. dollars for Cuban pesos in Havana. Remittances from the United States have become the lifeblood of many Cuban families. Jorge Rey Getty Images

Could 1 million more Cubans be deemed ineligible for remittances?

June 23, 2017 06:00 AM

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