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Cigar Aficionado Explores The New Chapter In U.S.-Cuba Relations

December 18, 2014

Yesterday, the United States government announced sweeping changes to its longstanding embargo against Cuba. Soon there will be a U.S. embassy in Havana; Americans will be allowed to send more money to Cuba, both for relatives and for the development of business; and Americans visiting the island will be able to return to the U.S. with some Cuban products, including Cohibas and other Cuban cigars. These moves are not an end to the embargo, as President Barack Obama needs Congress to fully normalize relations, but they represent the biggest changes in U.S.-Cuba policy since the embargo as we know it began in 1962. Read the full story in Cigar Aficionado.

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