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  • Former IBMers hope to sell tractors to Cuban farmers

    A promotional video shows a small tractor that two former IBMers from the Triangle hope to assemble Cuba and sell to farmers on the island nation. If Saul Berenthal and Horace Clemmons are successful, their company, Cleber LLC, would be the first American manufacturer to set up shop in Cuba since the revolution and the subsequent U.S. trade embargo more than 50 years ago.

A promotional video shows a small tractor that two former IBMers from the Triangle hope to assemble Cuba and sell to farmers on the island nation. If Saul Berenthal and Horace Clemmons are successful, their company, Cleber LLC, would be the first American manufacturer to set up shop in Cuba since the revolution and the subsequent U.S. trade embargo more than 50 years ago. Cleber LLC
A promotional video shows a small tractor that two former IBMers from the Triangle hope to assemble Cuba and sell to farmers on the island nation. If Saul Berenthal and Horace Clemmons are successful, their company, Cleber LLC, would be the first American manufacturer to set up shop in Cuba since the revolution and the subsequent U.S. trade embargo more than 50 years ago. Cleber LLC

Use of prototype fuels dispute over Cuban tractor project

February 19, 2016 2:32 PM