Reuters is reporting that the United States is now Cuba's fifth-largest trading partner. Why? Because sales of food and agriculture products to Cuba climbed to $582 million, from $484 million.
On the streets of Cuba, sometimes it's hard to know what comes from the United States and what is grown or raised locally. The men pictured above sell pork and sausage at a market in Guanabo, east of Havana.
But what about the blockade? asks Babalu Blog.
That "blockade" must be be pretty porous, Babalu Blog says. Someone care to explain to me how the fifth largest training partner of a country is reason for all of that country's ills?