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Despite Restoring Relations With US, Cuba Owe Billions to American Taxpayers

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Monday, 20 July 2015 19:54

Screen Shot 2015-08-20 at 8.59.48 AM(Washington, DC) On Monday, July 20, the Cuban embassy was reopened in Washington, DC, marking the renewal of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba.

As these two countries work to re-build relations, the compensation by Cuba for properties confiscated from American families and corporations will be an issue of discussion in the months ahead.

At the Cuba Embassy re-dedication this week, CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera was joined by Jason Poblete, a sanctions specialist and claims attorney, as they discussed property claims. You can view the interview by following this link.

 

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