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Chris LloydBy Chris Lloyd
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Chris LloydBy Chris Lloyd
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About

On October 19, 1960, the United States of America embargoed Cuba. As the US is Cuba's closest neighbor, this action had a huge blow on the economy and resources of the nation. This allowed the innovators and engineers of Cuba to shine, as they found new ways to do things necessary to daily life. The Cuban government compiled these ideas and published a book called "With Our Own Efforts". Now that the embargo is lifted Americans have access to this book... In Spanish... This will be the translated version of the book that saved Cuba, written by it's people.

Risks and challenges

The only foreseeable risks I think will be in the translation itself, I have studied Spanish immensely but am not confident I can get ever bit of grammar correct, however I have friends who speak Spanish as a first language, so I should be able to overcome that obstacle.

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