409. 11/15/1992

“November [19]92: OFAC [Office of Foreign Assets Control] introduced some amendments in its regulations in order to redefine and restrict the exception made to travel restrictions meant for ‘professional research’; it banned ‘market research’ travel by American private companies and consultants; and it forbade third-country nationals to introduce Cuban cigars and rum in the United States even though they were for personal consumption. Also, OFAC modified its regulations to allow purchases of Cuban stamps by collectors.” [Pro Embargo]

“George H. W. Bush (R). Timeline,” Cuba versus Blockade: Cuban People’s website, 2007

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