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US Lawsuit Against Amazon Dismissed

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On Monday, the Helms-Burton lawsuit filed against Amazon, the online shopping giant, was dismissed. A Florida federal judge rejected the lawsuit filed by the plaintiff, Daniel A. González. The lawsuit alleged that Amazon.com, Susshi International Inc., and its... More »

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The What’s-Next Scenario for Helms-Burton Claimants

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Cuba Business Report’s editor interviews U.S. attorney, Daniel R. Zim, on the “what’s-next” scenario for Helms-Burton claimants. Mr. Zim is the principal attorney at Zim Travel Law, PLLC, a firm specializing in travel law located in Fairfax County, Virginia. H... More »

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Ten Reasons US Business Should Consider Cuba Now

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The actions taken by President Trump to “completely roll back” the US/Cuba normalization process launched by President Obama have not been helpful, but in reality have been far less harmful than commonly believed. Their main objective was to win headlines and ... More »

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The Interview with Josefina Vidal – Part Two

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This is a continuation of Cuba Business Report’s interview with Her Excellency, Josefina de la Caridad Vidal Ferreiro, the Ambassador of Cuba to Canada. The interview took place in late January in Ottawa. In part two of the interview, the Ambassador speaks abo... More »

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Helms Burton Title III: Punishment or Fireworks?

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By David Urra and Sue Ashdown The Helms-Burton law passed by the U.S. Congress in 1996 is best summarized as legislation that wrested control over the U.S. embargo against Cuba away from the Executive Branch, placing it in the hands of the Legislative Branch, ... More »

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