Raul Castro holds first state visit to Mexico

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Cuban President Raul Castro is in Mexico for his first state visit to the country.

Talks between Castro and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto are expected to focus on promoting business ties. Mexico is eager to stake a claim as Cuba’s primary bridge to Latin America.

The country has announced more investment projects with Cuba than any other Latin American nation. They signed agreements on trade and immigration. CCTV’s Franc Contreras reports.

Raul Castro holds first state visit to Mexico

Raul Castro holds first state visit to Mexico

Cuban President Raul Castro is in Mexico for his first state visit to the country. Talks between Castro and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto are expected to focus on promoting business ties. Mexico is eager to stake a claim as Cuba's primary bridge to Latin America. The country has announced more investment projects with Cuba than any other Latin American nation. They signed agreements on trade and immigration. CCTV's Franc Contreras reports.
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Peter Hakim on Cuba-Mexico relations

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Peter Hakim on Cuba-Mexico relations

Peter Hakim on Cuba-Mexico relations

For more on Cuba-Mexico relations, CCTV America interviewed Peter Hakim. He's President emeritus and senior fellow at Inter-American Dialogue.
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