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Cuba: Spain, Cuba & the Embargo

Cuban bloggers weigh in on Spain's suggestion to the international community that “Cuba will change its ways if the world would only talk to them”. Uncommon Sense: “The Spanish government has a lot at stake with its soft-shoe approach — starting with billions of Euros invested in Cuban tourism and other trade — so it is not surprising…”; Havana Times.org confirms that “Spain is the EU country with the most investments in Cuba”, while Circles Robinson asks: “Does the Cuban government really want Barack Obama to end the half-century US blockade of the island?”

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