EU begins to expand business and political relations with Cuba

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President Francois Hollande is on an historic visit to Cuba. He’s the first French President to make that trip since the island state won independence from Spain in the 1890’s. His one day trip is aimed at building business and political relations. The latest indication of the growing interest in communist Cuba since U.S. announced that it would restore diplomatic relations. CCTV America’s Michael Voss filed this report from Havana.

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EU begins to expand business and political relations with Cuba

EU begins to expand business and political relations with Cuba

President Francois Hollande is on an historic visit to Cuba. He's the first French President to make that trip since the island state won independence from Spain in the 1890's. His one day trip is aimed at building business and political relations. The latest indication of the growing interest in communist Cuba since U.S. announced that it would restore diplomatic relations. CCTV America's Michael Voss filed this report from Havana.


Pedro Freyre on EU Cuba relations

For more on relations between the EU and Cuba, CCTV’s Asieh Namdar spoke with Pedro Freyre. He’s the Chair of Ackerman’s International Practice in Miami.

Pedro Freyre on EU Cuba relations

Pedro Freyre on EU Cuba relations

For more on relations between the EU and Cuba, CCTV's Asieh Namdar spoke with Pedro Freyre. He's the Chair of Ackerman's International Practice in Miami.


William Leo Grande on Cuba’s growing ties with other nations

For more on Cuba’s growing ties with other nations, CCTV America’s Mike Walter interviewed William Leo Grande, a professor from American University. He’s a co-author of “Back Channel to Cuba.”

William Leo Grande on Cuba\'s growing ties with other nations

William Leo Grande on Cuba\'s growing ties with other nations

For more on Cuba's growing ties with other nations, CCTV America's Mike Walter interviewed William Leo Grande, a professor from American University. He's a co-author of "Back Channel to Cuba."