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  • Video: Head of U.S. delegation says U.S. companies continue hopes of striking deals to improve telecom, Internet connectivity for Cuba

    Daniel Sepúlveda, the U.S. point man on telecom policy toward Cuba, says the United States feels an urgency to make progress and sign deals while President Barack Obama is still in office but Cuba appears to want to take its time.

Daniel Sepúlveda, the U.S. point man on telecom policy toward Cuba, says the United States feels an urgency to make progress and sign deals while President Barack Obama is still in office but Cuba appears to want to take its time. Jose A Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
Daniel Sepúlveda, the U.S. point man on telecom policy toward Cuba, says the United States feels an urgency to make progress and sign deals while President Barack Obama is still in office but Cuba appears to want to take its time. Jose A Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

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