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Mississippi hosting session on doing business with Cuba

The state agency that promotes job creation in Mississippi is hosting a session next month about developing trade ties with Cuba.

Mississippi Development Authority says in a news release that the event takes place Oct. 20 at The South Warehouse in downtown Jackson.

Speakers will include people who work in Cuba’s corporate banking and international trade sectors; infrastructure and energy sectors; and agriculture, commodities and mining sectors.

Discussions will cover the legal environment and business opportunities in a wide variety of fields, including energy and telecommunications.

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