Tag Archives: Cuba

Small Market, Big Opportunities

Since President Obama’s announcement in December about efforts to improve U.S. relations with Cuba, a number of large U.S. companies are already going into the Cuban market to provide services. Which companies are providing services in Cuba? What can U.S. companies … Continue reading

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Today’s Announcement on U.S.-Cuban Commercial Relations

President Barack Obama has just made a significant announcement pertaining to normalizing relations with Cuba. His comments come on the heels of the release of U.S. contractor Alan Gross, who spent five years in prison in Cuba, and the three … Continue reading

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EU and Cuba Trade Talks: Why the US should pay attention

The EU and Cuba have agreed to trade talks. While the EU is strategically positioning itself to take advantage of Cuba’s economic reforms, which includes an increased role for the private sector, the United States continues to maintain its five decade … Continue reading

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The Most Viewed Posts in 2012

International Trade Examiner’s top three posts that received the most views for 2012 were: 1 President Obama announces new trade enforcement agency January 2012 2 Cuba: Economic reform and foreign trade policy April 2012 3 U.S. trade deficit has grown, candidate … Continue reading

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Today Marks the Implementation of Significant Cuban Travel Policy Reform

In June 2012, I had the wonderful opportunity of traveling to Cuba as a part of the Council of International Educational Exchange International Faculty Development Seminar (CIEE-IFDS). The program made my trip far less stressful, since I did not have … Continue reading

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