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Could Cuba be a potential export market for Texas agriculture?


Cuba relies on imports for 75 percent of its food, creating a huge potential market for U.S. farmers and ranchers, says Parr Rosson, head, Texas A&M Agricultural Economics Department and AgriLife Extension economist.

via Cuba trade holds promise for U.S. agricultural exports, Texas A&M economist says | Markets content from Southwest Farm Press.

 

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