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By Frank Holder, Chairman, FTI Consulting Latin American region The last remnants of Cold War hostilities began to unravel on December 17, 2014 when United States President Barack Obama ordered the restoration of full diplomatic relations with Cuba and the opening of an embassy in Havana. The chasm of hostility and mistrust from the days before and since the Cuban missile crisis is being bridged, opening new avenues for greater international economic and political engagement with Cuba, as well as shining a brighter light on the potential of Latin America. This piece of good news was sorely needed in a region […]
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