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    OFAC amends Cuban Assets Control Regulations


    The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control announced amendments to the Cuban Assets Control Regulations to further implement President Trump’s June 2017 National Security Presidential Memorandum.

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    Expedia settles with Treasury for violations of U.S. sanctions on Cuba


    Expedia Group has agreed to pay more than $325,000 to resolve allegations that it violated U.S. sanctions on Cuba, the Treasury Department announced.

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    New chapter begins in EU-Cuba relations


    A new chapter in EU-Cuba relations will be marked on 1 November 2017, with the start of provisional application of the first ever agreement between the European Union and Cuba.

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    OFAC fines AIG for insuring Iran, Sudan, and Cuba shipments


    American International Group last month agreed to pay the Office of Foreign Assets Control $148,698 to settle potential civil liability for 555 “apparent violations” of the OFAC sanctions program for insuring Iran, Sudan, and Cuba shipments.

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    Trump reverses course on normalizing relations with Cuba


    Businesses looking to do business in Cuba will have a new regulatory approach to navigate. Business opportunities opened under the Obama administration face new restrictions under President Trump.

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    Cracking Open the Cuba Market


    Image: U.S. companies eager to do business in Cuba face a long road in front of them, including a bewildering maze of compliance reviews and certifications before they can transact one dollar of trade. Revival of banking processes alone will be subject to a “blindingly deep amount of regulation and ...