Picture taken at the Mariel “megaport” in Artemisa, Cuba, during its inauguration on January 27, 2014. Cuba inaugurated its new Mariel “megaport” in hopes the project will symbolize a more open stance towards commerce and become a regional hub for shipments despite a lack of investment and the U.S. economic embargo.
Picture taken at the Mariel “megaport” in Artemisa, Cuba, during its inauguration on January 27, 2014. Cuba inaugurated its new Mariel “megaport” in hopes the project will symbolize a more open stance towards commerce and become a regional hub for shipments despite a lack of investment and the U.S. economic embargo. ADALBERTO ROQUE AFP/Getty Images
Picture taken at the Mariel “megaport” in Artemisa, Cuba, during its inauguration on January 27, 2014. Cuba inaugurated its new Mariel “megaport” in hopes the project will symbolize a more open stance towards commerce and become a regional hub for shipments despite a lack of investment and the U.S. economic embargo. ADALBERTO ROQUE AFP/Getty Images

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