I think more than likely cigar prices and demand would be very high, and that quality would suffer greatly. Rumor has it that Cuba has been stockpiling cigars for when trade opens up, but I think this could be just that, rumors.majkeli said:Easily obtained Cuban cigars!
mark the shoeshine boy said:what is going to happen to cuba if fidel steps down from power in some way ? There is alot of theories about opening the markets and a different style of governments, opening to foreign investors and such...
what's you take on this ?
mark the shoeshine boy
Tito said:There's going to be one hell of a party in Miami. This was Miami last night...
inkling said:I was reading a Cuban-American blog yesterday where it said that Rep. Ros-Lehtinen warned Floridians not to get in their boats and sail to Cuba to visit (or liberate) their relatives, etc. This is something I hadn't thought of before.
When it is finally confirmed that Fidel has croaked, do you think there may be an impromptu flotilla from Miami to Cuba? That would be pretty wild... and it would REALLY ruffle Raoul's feathers.
yasuo200365 said:...I think Cuban history will look kindly upon Castro overrall and in the long term...
majkeli said:Easily obtained Cuban cigars!
NMMB said:Castro may not have done everything correctly during the past 5 decades - but he certainly did a lot for his country and I for one cannot fault him for that.
NMMB said:As it should (IMHO).
Castro may not have done everything correctly during the past 5 decades - but he certainly did a lot for his country and I for one cannot fault him for that.