... if you had a future grievance or problem with the company you could not do anything about it without risking attracting a Treasury fine of $4000+. Hope you have a good time in Cuba.
1 Answers · Travel · 21/03/2008
Under Cuba's system is the key to your question, not the USA's...
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 20/03/2007
... rotting your brain.. Your 'company' is not big enough or has enough influence... do like I do.. take people into Cuba illegally.. it's easy if you think outside the box.
4 Answers · Travel · 29/03/2012
B the soviets started to increase their support when Cuba did this and Castro declared himself communist. US companies cant sue through the UN, nor can anyone else. Their economy was...
8 Answers · Politics & Government · 28/05/2009
There are. In your dreams Keep looking Don't you know that Cuba is a comunist country ?
3 Answers · Travel · 31/01/2010
No .. UK Companies are frantically re-examining their ...spare cash will be looking around to see what near bankrupt companies can be 'bought up' for a song ..
1 Answers · Business & Finance · 20/11/2008
... for the Cuban revolution was the fact that American companies were establishing in Cuba to take advantage of the cheap labor. When the revolution was complete, all...
2 Answers · Politics & Government · 01/11/2017
Same thing the U.S. does when Russia nationalized foreign companies there. Absolutely nothing. When you do business in a foreign country, you are effectively taking on that exact risk.
2 Answers · Politics & Government · 16/09/2016