A grocery store in Casilda, a fishing town on the south-central Caribbean coast of Cuba, may one day contain products from American companies. With the prospect of an untapped market for American businessmen and the allure of a place unattainable for most Americans to visit, Cuba stands at the start of a potential economic boom for Cuban and American interests.

Photo by ERIK KELLAR, Daily News

A grocery store in Casilda, a fishing town on the south-central Caribbean coast of Cuba, may one day contain products from American companies. With the prospect of an untapped market for American businessmen and the allure of a place unattainable for most Americans to visit, Cuba stands at the start of a potential economic boom for Cuban and American interests.

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