EU and Canada Say They Will Fight US Sanctions on Cuba
The U.S. government announced Wednesday that as of May 2 it will allow lawsuits to go forward against companies using property confiscated by the Cuban government after the 1959 Cuban Revolution.
The EU and Canada both said on Wednesday they will use all available means to defend their interests in Cuba, including a possible challenge in the World Trade Organization (WTO), after the U.S. Government announced it would allow lawsuits to go forward against companies using property confiscated by the Cuban Government after the 1959 Cuban Revolution.
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