US Policy Towards Cuba Harms US Farmers

The US restrictions imposed on agricultural trade with Cuba harm the interests of US businessmen, who lost ground to their competitors in Asia and Latin America, according to a report of the group Engage Cuba.

The report written in collaboration with US Agriculture Coalition for Cuba (USACC) refers to the benefits that a normal exchange in the industry would bring to the states of Iowa, Alabama, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and North Dakota.

According to the report, the US agricultural entrepreneurs have lost Cuban market share to competitors in the European Union, Brazil, Argentina and Vietnam, because of Washington’s policy towards the Caribbean country.

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