Skeptics Doubtful of U.S. Telecom Investment in Broadband-Starved Cuba

(Channel Partners, Arizona, 9 January 2015) After more than a half-century of animosity between the U.S. government and the Communist regime under Fidel Castro, and now his brother Raúl, the Obama administration moved last month to establish diplomatic relations with Cuba and create a framework that would facilitate economic dealings between the two nations... Richard Feinberg, Brookings Institute Fellow and former assistant to President Clinton, said it’s possible that the Export-Import Bank of the United States – the U.S.’s official export credit agency – could offer Cuba a line of credit.