Stonegate Bank President David Seleski poses with a credit card during. The Florida bank issued the first U.S. credit card designed to work in Cuba on June 15, making it easier for American companies to do business on the island.
Stonegate Bank President David Seleski poses with a credit card during. The Florida bank issued the first U.S. credit card designed to work in Cuba on June 15, making it easier for American companies to do business on the island. Ramon Espinosa AP
Stonegate Bank President David Seleski poses with a credit card during. The Florida bank issued the first U.S. credit card designed to work in Cuba on June 15, making it easier for American companies to do business on the island. Ramon Espinosa AP

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