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How Will U.S.-Cuban Normalization Affect Economic Policy in Cuba?
The effects of the U.S.-Cuban rapprochement announced on December 17, 2014 on the Cuban economy and economic policy will be profound. The main direct economic effect will be a significant boost to Cuban earnings from US visitors, together with a transformation of expectations. For the longer term, the change in US policy has initiated a new phase in Cuba's international economic opening that will gather pace and transform the Cuban economy.
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