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Navajo Nation enters trade agreement with Cuba

A delegation from the Navajo Nation entered a trade agreement with the Cuban government on Wednesday.

Navajo Agricultural Products Industry, the tribe's agribusiness, will sell products to Cuba. Rep. Tom Udall (D-New Mexico) called it a historic agreement.

Tsosie Lewis, the general manager of NAPI, said the tribe will study federal regulations that deal with Cuba. NAPI has a contract to sell goods to Mexico.

Get the Story:
NAPI signs historic agreement with Cuba (The Farmington Daily Times 8/24)
Navajo Nation talk business without Fidel (AP 8/23)

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