A man walks past Cuban and U.S. flags at the 33rd Havana International Fair in Havana on Nov. 2, 2015. The fair had something new: the electric buzz of business hustling to capitalize on what many feel will be a boom set off by the start of the normalization of relations with the U.S.
A man walks past Cuban and U.S. flags at the 33rd Havana International Fair in Havana on Nov. 2, 2015. The fair had something new: the electric buzz of business hustling to capitalize on what many feel will be a boom set off by the start of the normalization of relations with the U.S. Ramon Espinosa AP
A man walks past Cuban and U.S. flags at the 33rd Havana International Fair in Havana on Nov. 2, 2015. The fair had something new: the electric buzz of business hustling to capitalize on what many feel will be a boom set off by the start of the normalization of relations with the U.S. Ramon Espinosa AP

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