Poblete Tamargo Counsel, Sanctions Expert Quoted in NBC News on Cuba Policy and Sanctions

“A subsequent U.S. law enacted in 2000, the Trade Sanctions Reform and Export Enhancement Act, allowed the direct sale of agricultural products and other food to Cuba.

“Jason Poblete, a Washington, D.C., attorney who supports sanctions on Cuba, said while “the measure makes it easier to export food and medicine,” it “adds more steps not otherwise needed when exporting to a nonsanctioned country.”

“During the Obama years, restrictions were eased on U.S.-Cuba trade, financial transactions and travel, but Trump reversed much of them.

Read the story on the NBC News website.