Niurka Perez affixes a band on a cigar at the El Titan de Bronze cigar factory and store in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, Florida September 18, 2013. More than five decades after a trade ... more 
Niurka Perez affixes a band on a cigar at the El Titan de Bronze cigar factory and store in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, Florida September 18, 2013. More than five decades after a trade embargo banned imports of cigars from Communist-ruled Cuba, the majority of U.S. cigar imports come from other Caribbean countries as well as Central America. Yet in Miami a niche industry is growing, centered on a few dozen elite Cuban rollers who make special edition cigars that sell for as much as $700 per box in Europe. Picture taken September 18. To match Feature USA-CIGARS/MIAMI REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) less 
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