Jorge Espinosa, partner, Espinosa Trueba Martinez. Miami (Gaston De Cardenas)
On May 20, fulfilling a campaign promise to a room full of supporters in Miami, President Donald Trump announced, “I am canceling the last administration’s completely one-sided deal with Cuba.” While this declaration played well to his supporters, it was far from true. Most of the policy openings introduced by President Barack Obama remain in place. We still have an embassy in Havana, commercial flights and cruises to the island continue and certain American industries continue shipping products to the island country. So what changed? Basically, there were two major changes to the existing policy.
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