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Business Cuba

  • A woman looks down from her balcony on the streets of Havana, Cuba.

    Starwood Hotels & Resorts became the first U.S. hotel company to sign a deal with Cuba since the 1959 revolution.

  • President Obama visits Cuba

    CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Havana, Cuba, on President Obama’s historic diplomatic visit there.

  • Obama's historic visit to Cuba

    Robin Bew, CEO of The Economist Intelligence Unit, talks about the significance of U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Cuba.

  • Why this company chose to invest in Cuba

    Peter Stickland, MD of MEO Australia, shares why the firm decided to invest long-term in Cuba and the operational challenges faced in post-sanctions Cuba.

  • US President Barack Obama, accompanied by first lady Michelle Obama and their daughters Malia and Sasha, arrives at the Jose Marti international airport in Havana, Cuba March 20, 2016.

    President Barack Obama arrived in Cuba on Sunday on a historic visit, opening a new chapter in U.S. engagement with the island's Communist government.

  • Obama visits Cuba

    As decades worth of U.S.-Cuba restrictions ease, Obama becomes the first U.S. president in 88 years to step on Cuban soil. CNBC's Phil Han has more.

  • Raul Castro and Marco Rubio

    President Obama is going to Cuba with one arm tied behind his back — by Republicans, says Mike Coates.

  • Money into Cuba fosters new business: WU Americas pres.

    Odilon Almeida, President for the Americas & EU at Western Union, discusses the company's move to allow money to be sent to Cuba from outside the United States, as well as the loosening of the Cuban economy.

  • Cuban fruit and vegetable sellers push a handcart of avocados for sale in downtown Havana, Cuba.

    The president's trip to Cuba on Sunday isn't just historic but could be a game changer for U.S. agribusiness to recapture lost market share.

  • Cuban and US flags are seen outside the private restaurant La Moneda Cubana in Havana on March 17, 2016.

    Experts joined CNBC to discuss how the U.S.-Cuban relationship affects business.

  • Chasing opportunities Cuba

    Vito Echevarria, journalist for CubaStandard.com, discusses the relaxation of the trade embargo between the U.S. and Cuba, and the country's plan to relax the 10 percent tax on U.S. dollars in the country.

  • Doing business in Cuba

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks to Hiram Centrelles, co-founder of Revelico, and Juan Triana, economics professor at the University of Havana, about the Cuban economy and how the business landscape is changing.

  • Stonegate Bank bets on Cuba

    Florida-based Stonegate Bank is becoming the first American bank to offer certain financial services in Cuba. CEO David Seleski, discusses taking on this endeabor.

  • US resumes mail service to Cuba

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on a new regulatory change that has allowed folks in the U.S. to resume sending mail to Cuba.

  • Norwegian Cruise Line CEO: Cruising to Cuba

    U.S. removes Cuban ports from security list. Norwegian Cruise Line CEO, Frank Del Rio, discusses what this means for his business.

  • Cuba's new chapter

    I think we're going in the right direction, says Carlos Gutierrez, Albright Stonebridge Group, discussing America's policy change towards Cuba ahead of President Obama's trip.

  • Best opportunities in Cuba

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on massive protests in Brazil over immunity granted to the country's former president, and a preview of President Obama's visit to the tiny island nation after the U.S. eases restrictions there.

  • Cuban citizen Armando (L) and U.S tourist Lisa Fragoso wave U.S flag while passing the U.S. Interests Section, in Havana July 20, 2015.

    President Obama will be visiting Cuba soon, but the U.S. must do two things for the island nation now, writes Scott Gilbert.

  • United Airlines has filed to begin commercial flights between the U.S. and Cuba. Here’s what you need to know about Cuban tourism.

  • US relaxes Cuba restrictions

    The U.S. government announces new provisions that further relax decades-old economic sanctions, report "Squawk Box's" Becky Quick.