Chinese Premier Li Keqiang spent two days in Cuba this weekend, being the first Chinese premier to visit Cuba in half a century. As two of the few remaining socialist countries in the world, China and Cuba have much in common. Cuba is currently undergoing its own economic reform, and Li vowed that China would do its best to help the Caribbean nation. Liu Baocheng from the University of International Business and Economics, Cuban journalist Carlos Iglesias, and Ted Henken from Baruch College discuss the benefits of deeper China-Cuba cooperation and whether bilateral ties could also help boost China’s influence regionally.
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