U.S. bill aims to allow financing for agricultural exports to Cuba

Loading frozen chicken at the Port of Jacksonville. Photo: JAXPORT/Meredith Fordham Hughes

CUBA STANDARD — A Senate bill originally introduced in 2019 by a bipartisan group of legislators that would allow financing of agricultural sales to Cuba is apparently gaining new life.

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