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Cuba to buy food worth $1.6 billion abroad in 2007

Cuba expects to import $1.6 billion worth of food in 2007, the country’s foreign trade company head said ahead of talks called to secure the daily food supply for the population. Havana, the capital of the import-dependent Communist island, hosts talks starting Monday with U.S. agricultural producers, which are Cuba’s main food suppliers along with South American countries, Canada, Europe, China and Vietnam. Full Story

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