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A bale of dried henequin fibre, ready for shipment.
Now I'm not knocking the Hacienda Chalante which is an old henequin plantation dating from the 1600s.
Cuba will send a Hungary, in addition to sugar and tobacco, fruit preserves, copper concentrate, nickel oxide, rayon fibers, henequin cord, and other industrial products.
Mexican friend, who turned out to be the King of Yucatan, as he was popularly called, he being an immense landed proprietor and practically monopolist of the henequin industry.
The agricultural products which connect Mexico with the rest of the world are sisal-hemp (henequin), coffee, logwood, and fruit.