If the United States eases trade restrictions with Cuba, Kansas wheat farmers could be among the big winners. Most analysts say Cuba, which now imports wheat from Europe and Canada, likely would begin to import from the U.S. instead.
If the United States eases trade restrictions with Cuba, Kansas wheat farmers could be among the big winners. Most analysts say Cuba, which now imports wheat from Europe and Canada, likely would begin to import from the U.S. instead. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle file photo
If the United States eases trade restrictions with Cuba, Kansas wheat farmers could be among the big winners. Most analysts say Cuba, which now imports wheat from Europe and Canada, likely would begin to import from the U.S. instead. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle file photo

U.S. wheat farmers could benefit from Cuba deal

December 18, 2014 10:56 AM

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