HAVANA, Cuba, Mar 25 (acn) The revision by the US Treasury of a blacklist of entities and individuals linked to Cuba was described as routine with no relation to the recent changes in Washington´s policy towards Cuba.
Granma newspaper posted an article noting that the decision by the Treasury to remove dozens of companies and individuals from its black list of “specially designated nationals” has been mirrored with exaggerated fanfare by international media.
The US Department of the Treasury on Tuesday announced the removal of dozens of Cuban companies and individuals from a blacklist of what it describes as supporters of terrorism and traffickers of narcotics.
Some of the companies withdrawn from the US list are in the area of tourism, such as cruise lines and tour operators. The blacklisted companies or individuals are prohibited from doing any business in the US.
However, the article published on Granma newspaper insists…
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