U.S. eases more Cuban restrictions on travel and trade

The U.S. government has announced additional regulatory changes with Cuba to be implemented Wednesday 27th of January. The changes remove financing restrictions for most types of authorized exports, amend regulations to increase support for the Cuban people and facilitate authorized exports, and further facilitate authorized travel, according to a statement by Ned Price, head of the U.S. National Security Council. “Just as the United States is doing its part to remove impediments that have been holding Cubans back, we urge the Cuban government to make it easier for its citizens to start businesses, engage in trade, and access information online,” the statement adds. The financing changes include the remeoval of restrictions on payment and financing terms for authorized exports and […]

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