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February 16, 2016 3:42 PM

U.S. Chamber of Commerce gives Cuban trade minister a standing ovation

Rodrigo Malmierca is first senior Cuban official in decades to address business group

Says dozens of U.S. business deals being held up by U.S. government red tape

In sign of changing attitude, Carlos Gutiérrez, son of Cuban exile, introduces him

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