Tourism numbers to Cuba are expected to be down 8.5% this year, as US restrictions bite. Officials now expect 4.3m arrivals, down from 4.7m last year and way off a 2019 target of 5m, reports Reuters.
Trump government actions have rolled back the Obama era easing of US travel restrictions, making it harder for American visitors. Cuban officials say the island remains committed to a medium term aim of growing tourism.
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