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PT Law Attorney Quoted in Bloomberg News on US-Cuba Policy

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Wednesday, 24 December 2014 20:25

From Bloomberg News:

Another proposal has been floated by Mauricio Tamargo, who was chairman of the settlement commission from 2002 to 2010 and is now in private practice as a lawyer at Poblete Tamargo LLP in Washington. He urges creation of licensing fees on companies doing business in Cuba, with the cash returning to claimants.

Read the entire Bloomberg story here.

 

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