635. 11/8/2017

“Under new regulations that take effect Thursday, the Trump administration is banning U.S. citizens from doing business with dozens of entities that have links to Cuba’s military, intelligence and security agencies. … Approved travelers will also have fewer places to frequent in Cuba. The administration released a list of hotels, marinas, stores and rum factories owned by the Cuban military that will now be off-limits to Americans. The list includes 84 hotels: 27 in the capital Havana, 13 in the popular beach resort of Varadero and others spread around the island.”

Alan Gomez, “Trump cracks down on U.S. business and travel to Cuba. Here’s what’s changing,” USAToday.com, Nov. 9, 2017

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