CUBA AND US WORK TOWARDS NORMAL RELATIONS

SPECIALIST ADVICE FROM THE CARIBBEAN COUNCIL

On 17th December, the Presidents of the United States and Cuba jointly announced their intention to work towards normalising relations and to establish full diplomatic recognition after more than 50 years.  President Obama announced the US Government’s intention to lift some US sanctions on Cuba and to work with Congress to end the trade embargo.

Contact our team for advice and support on US sanctions on Cuba and the process of change.

 

SPECIALIST ADVICE FROM THE CARIBBEAN COUNCIL

 

The Caribbean Council can provide specialist help and advice to organisations on the effect of US sanctions in their particular area of business:

Detailed advice can be provided on:

 

  • Existing legislation and regulations and their application, including implications for trade, finance, travel, and investment
  • Planned changes as part of the US normalisation and implications
  • Situation in US Congress regarding reform
  • Applicability or non-applicability of sanctions to UK, EU or other non-US jurisdictions 

 

Please contact Chris Bennett (chris.bennett@caribbean-council.org) or 00 44 20 7583 8739 in the first instance for more information.

 

Under the auspices of its membership organisation, The Cuba Initiative, the Caribbean Council will be leading a trade and investment mission to Havana in Spring 2015.

 

To register interest for the mission, please email: catherine.hickey@caribbean-council.org