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CNBC’S “CUBA: FORBIDDEN FORTUNE” WILL PREMIERE ON MONDAY, MARCH 26TH

Steffanie Marchese
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2012 | 11:02 AM ET

(ALL TIMES ARE IN ET)

Monday, 3/26/2012:

9:00 PM CUBA: FORBIDDEN FORTUNE (replaces "America’s Oil Rush: Boom or Bust")

9:30 PM GOLD

12:00 AM CUBA: FORBIDDEN FORTUNE (replaces "America’s Oil Rush: Boom or Bust")

12:30 AM GOLD

CUBA: FORBIDDEN FORTUNE

90 Miles off the coast of Key West, Florida is a hidden treasure, one that if opened could generate millions in revenue for US based businesses. That treasure is of course Cuba, a tiny island under the crush of economic sanctions but also on the edge of major transformation. CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera brings viewers the story of the communist country’s recent reforms, its people and its untapped potential in the CNBC Original Production, "Cuba: Forbidden Fortune."

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