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(Daily News)
April 20, 2009

President Obama said yesterday (April 19) that his administration could take “further steps” to ease the U.S. policy towards Cuba, but acknowledged that the policy shift would take time and would require cooperation from the Cuban government on issues such as political prisoners and a move towards democracy.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 17, 2009

The impact of this week's announcement by the Obama administration allowing U.S. telecommunications companies to do business in Cuba will depend on how open the Cuban government is to U.S. private-sector involvement in the otherwise government-run sector, whether it makes economic sense for U.S. companies to do business in Cuba, and the conditions the U.S. government will place on activities covered by its April 13 announcement, according to private-sector sources.

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 10, 2009

Ambassador Jeffrey Davidow, special adviser to President Barack Obama for the Summit of the Americas, told reporters at an April 6 press conference that Obama plans to ease some restrictions on travel and remittances to Cuba, but said "that does not include lifting the embargo."

(Inside U.S. Trade)
April 03, 2009

The White House has signaled that President Obama may further ease restrictions on Americans traveling to Cuba, while attending the Summit of the Americas in Trinidad and Tobago from April 17-19, according to informed sources.

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March 31, 2009

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March 04, 2009