May 27 (Reuters) - The head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce praised the growth of free enterprise in Cuba upon his arrival in Havana Tuesday at the start of a three-day visit that was criticized by a leading supporter of the U.S. embargo in Washington.

Chamber President Thomas Donohue has long opposed the U.S. trade embargo againstCuba as an impediment to free enterprise for American companies that want to do businessin the communist-ruled country...



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