The devil in the detail

While many lawyers believe US businesses with investments in Cuba are unfazed by President Donald Trump's proposed changes to US-Cuba policy, a number have raised concerns about the implementation of clear-cut regulations to guide companies' operations on the island. Emilio Demetriou-Jones reports

The devil in the detail

Speaking in the symbolic Little Havana district of Miami on 16 June, Donald Trump pledged to "cancel" the Obama administration's "completely one-sided" deal with Cuba. Trump announced various new commercial and travel restrictions designed to prevent US companies and individuals doing business with GAESA, the Cuban military conglomerate that controls numerous enterprises in the country.

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