Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Adds New $4.2 Billion HP Stake

0 63


U.S. farmers, in Havana, say sanctions stymieing food sales to Cuba

U.S. farmers, on a trade tour in Cuba, said on Wednesday they would like to sell more wheat and other farm products to the impoverished Caribbean island as a global food crisis looms, but that Cold War-era restrictions continue to hamper new deals. Cuba is already suffering from food shortages and preparing for worse as prices soar globally with the war in Ukraine. A delegation of U.S. farm sector representatives in Havana said that embargo restrictions, despite some exceptions for agricultural products, still complicate efforts to ship food that might otherwise prove a lifeline for Cubans.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.