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WSJ: US Cleans Up Cuba Blacklist as Relations Thaw

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Saturday, 28 March 2015 12:35

Jason Poblete was quoted in a recent WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal story about recent updates by the Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to the specially designated nationals list for the Cuba program:

“If the president wants people to be able to travel to Cuba you better make sure that list is as clean as possible,” said Jason Poblete, an export control specialist at Poblete Tamargo LLP, who has been critical of President Obama’s overtures to Havana.

You can read the entire story here: US Cleans Up Cuba Blacklist as Relations Thaw

 

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