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If The Government Wants to Open The Embassy...

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Monday, 20 July 2015 19:42

In an interview with Mercado De Dinero USA, Money Market USA speaks with Jason Poblete on the opening of embassies and other US-Cuba policy matters.

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On the topic of property claims some sort of settlement must happen before the embargo can be lifted. International laws have successfully been used in Germany, Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union where these governments owing money have been rewarded. As far as Cuba goes, expropriations and confiscations of property must be paid to the state and companies concerned, a process that will take place via the Department of Justice. 

For the complete article (in spanish) go here.

 

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