A man takes a photo of a cruise ship in Havana harbor. President Donald Trump’s new Cuba policy will ban Americans from doing business with entities controlled by Cuban military and intelligence agencies, including some 50 hotels. It also will eliminate individual people-to-people visits as an approved category for American travel to the island.
A man takes a photo of a cruise ship in Havana harbor. President Donald Trump’s new Cuba policy will ban Americans from doing business with entities controlled by Cuban military and intelligence agencies, including some 50 hotels. It also will eliminate individual people-to-people visits as an approved category for American travel to the island. Ramon Espinosa AP
A man takes a photo of a cruise ship in Havana harbor. President Donald Trump’s new Cuba policy will ban Americans from doing business with entities controlled by Cuban military and intelligence agencies, including some 50 hotels. It also will eliminate individual people-to-people visits as an approved category for American travel to the island. Ramon Espinosa AP

Tourism lifts Cuban economy but overall outlook is cloudy

July 24, 2017 06:04 AM

UPDATED July 27, 2017 05:46 PM

More Videos

  • Haley to UN General Assembly: U.S. does not fear isolation

    The United States voted against a UN resolution condemning America's economic embargo against Cuba on Wednesday. The embargo resolution was overwhelmingly approved in the 193-member General Assembly by a vote of 191-2, with Israel joining the U.S. UN Ambassador Nikki Haley said the American people had chosen a new president and the United States would vote against any resolution calling for the lifting of the embargo "as long as the proceeds from trade with Cuba go to prop up the dictatorial regime responsible for denying those (human) rights."

Cuba on Twitter