PARIS (Reuters) - Cuba sought to drum up foreign investment on Tuesday as ministers on a state visit to Paris promised French business leaders that the Communist-run country is open for business.

Cuba saw growth reach 4 percent last year as the centrally-planned economy gradually opens up and the country re-builds ties with the West.

In the latest example of that re-engagement, the ministers were accompanying Cuban President Raul Castro on the first state visit of a Cuban leader to France since the country's independence...



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Latin American Herald Tribune
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Yahoo
2/23/16 Australia is sending its first trade mission to Cuba
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CNN
2/22/16 Emmer lobbies U.S. Cuban community in effort to end embargo
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2/3/16 Californians Want Rum-Crazy Cuba to Start Drinking Wine
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2/3/16 Castro meets with French officials to boost business ties
AP
2/2/16 Bacardi demands U.S. explain giving Havana Club brand to Cuba
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2/1/16 Cuba's Castro in France for historic visit
AFP
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