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Akerman's Cuba Lawyers Speak with Top Global Press About White House’s US-Cuba Policy Shift
June 15, 2017
International Practice Chair Pedro Freyre, Cuba Practice Chair Augusto Maxwell and Cuba Special Advisor Matthew Aho spoke with more than 30 of the world's leading news organizations about the U.S. Administration's June 15 policy decision to tighten commercial and humanitarian relations with Cuba. They discussed the implications of this regulatory shift for U.S. businesses, trade relations and American travel. As federal agencies start putting the president's announcement into actionable rules, they also noted businesses and other interest groups focused on shaping the rulemaking process will likely further engage with government officials.

Agence French-Press/ Trump Se Dispone a Anunciar un Cambio de Marcha en la Relación con Cuba 
BBC Mundo¿Qué Es Gaesa, El Consorcio Empresarial de Los Militares de Cuba Señalado por Donald Trump y Cuál Es Su Peso en la Wconomía de La Isla?
Billboard: What Will New Cuba Travel Regulations Mean for the Music Industry? 
Bloomberg: Trump Said to Announce Ban on Doing Business With Cuban Military 
Cruising World: Changes to Cuba Cruising 
Daily Business ReviewTrump's New Cuba Policy to Restrict Travel and Other Business
Dow Jones Newswires: In Cuba Policy Shift, Trump Stresses Human Rights, Mutes Concerns Elsewhere 
The Financial Times: Trump Rolls Back Some of Obama's Cuba Reforms 
Huffington Post: Trump Will Add Cuba to List of Obama Achievements He's Taking Apart 
Huffington PostEs difícil que la Política Híbrida de Trump Cambie la Realidad Cubana
Latin Lawyer: Lawyers Call for Clear Regulations to Define Trump's Cuban Policy 
Law360: Policy Changes Could Slow Real Estate Investment in Cuba 
The Miami HeraldRace to Influence the President on Cuba Policy Heats Up
The Miami Herald: What President Trump's New Cuba Policy Means for American Business 
The Miami Herald: Americans Will still Be Able to Travel to Cuba but Rules Will Be Stricter 
The Miami Herald: Trump's New Cuba Policy Is Too Much for Some, Not Enough for Others 
The Miami HeraldTrump: New Policy on Cuba Begins with Enforcement of U.S. Law
NBC NewsCuban Americans Eager to Know Trump's Changes to U.S.-Cuba Policy
NBC News: Freely Wandering in Cuba Gets Harder to Do Under Trump 
NPR: Tourism Industry Disappointed in New Cuba Policies 
NPR-WLRNTrump Says 'We Now Hold The Cards' on Cuba; But Cuba Looks Unlikely to Fold
NPR-WLRNDid President Trump Lay Out a Cuba Case in Miami – Or a Cuba Con?
Skift: Trump Will Tighten Cuba Travel Policies, Not Reverse Them 
SkiftTravel Companies Disappointed, Pleased or Studying Trump's Cuba Changes
South Florida Business Journal: What Will Trump's Cuba Policy Mean for Business in South Florida? 
South Florida Business Journal: Trump's Cuba Policy Will Put Damper on Some U.S. Business 
Univision: Trump to Restore Some Restrictions on Cuba Travel, Targets Island's Military-run Enterprises 
USA Today: Cuba's Small Businesses Say They Will Suffer Under Trump's Policy Changes 
USA Today: How Trump's Cuba Policy Will Change College Students' Plans 
The Wall Street JournalTrump Announces Rollback of Obama's Cuba Policy
The Wall Street JournalIn Cuba Policy Shift, Trump Stresses Human Rights, Mutes Concerns Elsewhere

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