No business in the world would continue a strategy that has failed for half a century.
It’s time Congress tries a new policy toward Cuba.
The administration will allow lawsuits against anyone trafficking in Americans’ confiscated property in Cuba, including U.S. companies. It will also impose new restrictions on non-family travel, cap remittances to $1,000 per quarter, end “u-turn” financial transactions through U.S. banks, and add new entities to the State Department’s restricted list.
The Trump administration announced sweeping new measures against Cuba, including opening up U.S. businesses to lawsuits and new restrictions on remittances, non-family travel, and financial transactions.
The Trump administration changed an Obama-era ruling, blocking the deal that MLB struck with Cuba’s Baseball Federation to allow Cuban players to join Major League teams without defecting.
The Trump administration plans to overturn a ruling that made it possible for U.S. major league teams to sign Cuban baseball players living in Cuba.
Cuba currently imports staples like rice and soy from countries like Vietnam and Brazil, instead of the U.S. Why? Engage Cuba VP Jim Bialick explains.
Reps. Rick Crawford and Cheri Bustos reintroduced legislation that would allow Cuba to buy U.S. commodities on credit.
The Engage Cuba New Jersey State Council is comprised of local business and civic leaders and elected officials who will build statewide support for lifting the U.S. embargo on Cuba.
Business leaders and elected officials in New Jersey will build statewide support for lifting U.S. embargo on Cuba.
Engage Cuba’s president, James Williams, discusses the embargo and President Trump’s property claims lawsuit decision in a live TV roundtable discussion.
Engage Cuba’s director of public policy explains the significance of the bipartisan Freedom to Export to Cuba Act introduced in the Senate last month.