By Alix Apollon, Kara Bombach, Tyler Hand, Yosbel Ibarra, Osvaldo Miranda, Naja Regan
Since December 17, 2014, the U.S. and Cuba have reestablished diplomatic relations and discussed sensitive issues, like claims for expropriated property. For American companies seeking to do business in Cuba, however, the US continues to maintain a comprehensive embargo against Cuba, and Cuba remains a socialist state with a restrictive, government-run economy. The program will provide: An overview of the Cuban embargo regulations (what has changed, what remains in place); Advice on navigating the Cuban embargo regulations, including implementation of compliance programs; Information about Cuba’s foreign investment rules and government hierarchy; Expert insights into the realities of doing business with “Cuba, Inc.”; and Current investment trends, opportunities and risks.
Additional ACC Resources
Investing in Cuba: A Primer on US Embargo Regulations and the Realities of Doing Business in Cuba
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