Texas Gov. Greg Abbott heads to Havana on Monday for a three-day trip, hoping to leverage the renewed relationship between the two countries into an economic boon for Texas, among Cuba’s top U.S. trading partners.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott heads to Havana on Monday for a three-day trip, hoping to leverage the renewed relationship between the two countries into an economic boon for Texas, among Cuba’s top U.S. trading partners. Nathan Lambrecht The Monitor via AP
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott heads to Havana on Monday for a three-day trip, hoping to leverage the renewed relationship between the two countries into an economic boon for Texas, among Cuba’s top U.S. trading partners. Nathan Lambrecht The Monitor via AP

Abbott’s trip shows new politics of U.S.-Cuba relations

November 28, 2015 06:04 PM

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