Cuba concerns over US trade embargo

Less than three years ago, President Raul Castro and the then US president Barack Obama agreed to restore diplomatic relations after decades of animosity. But many Cubans are waiting for all US trade restrictions on their country to be lifted.

    Many Cubans say they're concerned about their economic future.

    Less than three years ago, President Raul Castro and the then US president Barack Obama agreed to restore diplomatic relations after decades of animosity.

    But many Cubans are waiting for all US trade restrictions on their country to be lifted.

     

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Havana.


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