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AirBnB expands to Cuba, could be its biggest Latin American market




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When the US and Cuba began discussing diplomatic relations late last year, it seemed  really promising for Americans who want to travel to the country.

But where to stay?

AirBnB announced it has opened up thousands of homes with a new expansion into the country.

Even though just a quarter of Cubans have Internet access, the company says Cuba could be one of its biggest markets in Latin America, especially when tourism by Americans is legalized.

Michael Weissenstein, Havana bureau chief for the Associated Press, tells Take Two about why Cuba is primed for the app.



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