Miami Fund Invests for Cuba's Post-Castro Era If trade with Cuba were to open up after the embargo ends, which companies would likely benefit? The Miami-based Herzfeld Caribbean Basin investment fund targets firms that might do well in the post-embargo era. Robert Siegel talks to Cecilia Gondor, executive vice president of Thomas J. Herzfeld & Co.
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Miami Fund Invests for Cuba's Post-Castro Era

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Miami Fund Invests for Cuba's Post-Castro Era

Miami Fund Invests for Cuba's Post-Castro Era

Miami Fund Invests for Cuba's Post-Castro Era

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If trade with Cuba were to open up after the embargo ends, which companies would likely benefit? The Miami-based Herzfeld Caribbean Basin investment fund targets firms that might do well in the post-embargo era.

Cecilia Gondor, executive vice president of the Thomas J. Herzfeld & Co., tells NPR's Robert Siegel that shipping and cruise related companies, for instance, would likely do better if the trade embargo were lifted.