Commercial Cuba A Book for Business Men

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    A THOROUGHLY practical book written from the standpoint of the American trader, “Commercial Cuba” lays no claim to either literary or scientific merits. From its own point of view it would be difficult to find anything more exactly adapted to the needs of the moment. From personal experience in Cuba, Mr. Clark is able to advise his countrymen as to the necessity for adapting their ways of living and of dealing to the peculiarities of a tropical West Indian climate and a Spanish-American population of conservative habits.

    Commercial Cuba. A Book for Business Men.

    By William J. Clark. With an Introduction by E. Sherman Gould. Illustrated. Pp. xviii + 514. (London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1899.)

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    Commercial Cuba A Book for Business Men. Nature 60, 7 (1899) doi:10.1038/060007a0

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