Cuba changing, but only slowly, since Obama's policy shift

A U.S. visitor takes a selfie in HavanaBy Daniel Trotta HAVANA (Reuters) – Saul Berenthal has waited for decades for a chance to do business in Cuba. Despite the astonishing breakthroughs in U.S.-Cuban relations under President Barack Obama, he must wait some more. Berenthal and business partner Horace Clemmons of Alabama are close to becoming the first U.S. businessmen to manufacture in Cuba with a plan to build low-cost tractors designed for Cuban farms, largely run by private cooperatives.

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