Law360, New York (March 21, 2016, 6:18 PM EDT) -- President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba began to yield concrete policy results on Monday as the U.S. Department of Agriculture unveiled a new agreement to collaborate on research and trade promotion in order to keep U.S. food producers informed about the burgeoning Cuban market.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, who is among the handful of administration officials accompanying Obama to Cuba, announced that USDA officials running the agency's promotion programs and marketing orders will be able to coordinate with the Cuban government about agricultural productivity, food security and sustainable natural resource management.
Through a memorandum he signed with Cuban Agriculture Minister...
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