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Enjoy Fun and Sun in Cuba: A Look at the Emerging Tourism Hot Spot

Want to enjoy a tropical paradise at a low cost? Consider Cuba. For nearly 60 years, Americans have been unable to visit the Caribbean island only 90 miles from Florida due to an embargo that grew out of Cold War … Continue reading

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Cuba and Vietnam: Transitioning from Command Economies to Free Market Systems

With the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and free market reforms in China that has enabled it to become the world’s second-largest economy, there are only a few nations that still retain command economies. Among these are Cuba … Continue reading

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