In this Feb. 22, 2011, photo, a farmer drives his tractor in Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Obama administration has approved the first U.S. factory in Cuba in more than half a century, allowing a pair of former software engineers to build a plant assembling as many as 1,000 small tractors a year. The partners were notified by Treasury Department officials in February 2016.
In this Feb. 22, 2011, photo, a farmer drives his tractor in Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Obama administration has approved the first U.S. factory in Cuba in more than half a century, allowing a pair of former software engineers to build a plant assembling as many as 1,000 small tractors a year. The partners were notified by Treasury Department officials in February 2016. Javier Galeano AP
In this Feb. 22, 2011, photo, a farmer drives his tractor in Pinar del Rio, Cuba. The Obama administration has approved the first U.S. factory in Cuba in more than half a century, allowing a pair of former software engineers to build a plant assembling as many as 1,000 small tractors a year. The partners were notified by Treasury Department officials in February 2016. Javier Galeano AP