Despite the U.S. trade embargo on the island of Cuba, many Cuban-American families are supporting the economic recovery and growth of their relatives through remittances.
The total value of Cuban remittances in both cash and goods in 2015 was estimated to be over $3.3 billion by The Havana Consulting Group, a business consulting firm specializing in Cuban marketplaces. This figure places remittances as the largest source of cash in the Cuban economy.
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