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Friday, July 31, 2009

Cuba, si

Posted By on Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 2:20 PM


WOULD YOU DRINK A MOJITO WITH THESE GUYS?: A briefing by the Cuba trade team -- Rep. Robert Moore, Morril Harriman, Gov. Beebe, Sen. Jim Luker, Tyson's Archie Schaffer. (Photos by Bill Reed)

Gov. Mike Beebe returned from a three-day trade trip to Cuba last night. He's optimistic about trade possibilties. The macroeconomic analysis from the governor:

"The policies are they need more money to buy more stuff and we got the stuff. We produce the food that they need for their people."

Below, the governor inspects some Cuban grocery offerings.



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