How increased travel between U.S., Cuba affects island economy

06/25/2014 | National Public Radio

More people have begun to travel between Cuba and the U.S. in recent years as both countries have eased regulations. Increased traveler mobility has contributed to an influx of American goods in Cuba. Some estimates put the value of goods and cash sent by Cuban-Americans to the island at as much as $5 billion a year.

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