Cubans Buying American Despite Tensions with U.S. Earlier this week, the Cuban government staged a huge anti-American rally in Havana to protest President Bush's tightening of the economic embargo against Cuba. Despite open hostility between Havana and Washington, a 4-year-old old law allows Cuba to buy certain American product, creating a thriving commercial trade between the neighbors. NPR's John Burnett reports.
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Cubans Buying American Despite Tensions with U.S.

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Cubans Buying American Despite Tensions with U.S.

Cubans Buying American Despite Tensions with U.S.

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Earlier this week, the Cuban government staged a huge anti-American rally in Havana to protest President Bush's tightening of the economic embargo against Cuba. Despite open hostility between Havana and Washington, a 4-year-old old law allows Cuba to buy certain American product, creating a thriving commercial trade between the neighbors. NPR's John Burnett reports.