Four gantry cranes loom over the newly built container terminal at the Port of Mariel, Cuba, on Dec. 23, 2014. Cuba hopes the port will become the biggest in the Caribbean in terms of volume of cargo.
Four gantry cranes loom over the newly built container terminal at the Port of Mariel, Cuba, on Dec. 23, 2014. Cuba hopes the port will become the biggest in the Caribbean in terms of volume of cargo. McClatchy
Four gantry cranes loom over the newly built container terminal at the Port of Mariel, Cuba, on Dec. 23, 2014. Cuba hopes the port will become the biggest in the Caribbean in terms of volume of cargo. McClatchy

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