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Miami Herald: After a half century, a thaw in U.S.-Cuba ties

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014 11:24

Poblete Tamargo's Senior Policy Advisor Andy Gomez was quoted in the Miami Herald on today's announcement that the United States may be easing economic sanctions on Cuba: Miamian Andy Gomez, a senior policy adviser for the Poblete Tamargo law firm in Washington, said he was taking the news of changes with a grain of salt. “Business is driving politics to a great extent,” he said. “I’m very cautious. I need to see what the next meeting in Havana will bring.” You can read the entire Miami Herald story, here.

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