With US-Cuba ties warming, investors are circling

It's not the only way Washington has boosted the Toronto consulate’s workload. A banking problem at the Cuban mission in Washington has led people seeking consular help to Canada.

Embassy Photo: Sneh Duggal
Employees of the Cuban Consulate General in Toronto: consul Susana Malmierca Benítez, consul general Javier Dómokos Ruiz, consul Aracelis Espinosa Pérez (also the consul general's wife) and accountant Ramon Ramirez Li (also Malmierca Benítez's husband).
Sneh Duggal
Published: Wednesday, 02/18/2015 12:00 am EST
Last Updated: Friday, 08/28/2015 2:42 pm EDT

TORONTO—The number of Canadian companies eyeing Cuba for investment has spiked after the Caribbean nation and the United States recently came together to try to sweeten decades of sour relations, says Cuba’s consul general in Toronto.

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