April 14, 2009

BURY THEM...WITH BUSINESS:

Loosening of Cuba embargo could mean huge possibilities for U.S. businesses: The policy shift could lead to telecom deals and more air travel, among other opportunities. The degree of access that Cuba will offer, however, is still in question. (Peter Pae and Alana Semuels, April 13, 2009, LA Times)

Airline flights. Phone service. Money transfers.

Those are among enticing new or expanded business opportunities seen ahead for U.S. companies with Monday's loosening of the U.S. embargo with Cuba. [...]

And the latest policy shift has raised prospects that travel restrictions could be lifted for everyone, fueling a surge in tourism. About 1.5 million Americans, including about 85,000 Cuban Americans who live in Los Angeles, have relatives on the island.


Thanks, Raoul.

Posted by Orrin Judd at April 14, 2009 5:54 AM
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