Ag a Winner in Cuba Diplomacy

U.S. Ag Exports Could Rise With Changing Rules for Shipments

Chris Clayton
By  Chris Clayton , DTN Ag Policy Editor
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U.S. ag exports to Cuba peaked in 2008 at $710 million, but dropped off in 2010 and have appeared to level off. USDA reports $415.2 million in ag exports to Cuba in 2013 and about $300 million reported so far this year. (DTN file photo)
U.S. agricultural exports should become one of the early economic winners under President Barack Obama's announcement Wednesday to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba.

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Chris Clayton