The Other Side of Investment with Cuba 

Resistance leaders from inside and outside Cuba held a public meeting at Miami City Hall in October of 2015. This historic meeting titled "The Other Side of Investment in Cuba" was televised live to all residents of the City of Miami. This program offers a first-hand account of what investment with Cuba means for Cubans as well as for investors. 


United States Easing  Restrictions-While Cuban Oppression Rises


  • 1/24/17 Obama Gives One Last Gift >Click Here
  • 1/20/17 Obama Signs Oil Treaty with Cuba >Click Here
  • 1/17/17   How Obama Left a People with a More Powerful Dictator >Click Here
  • 1/16/17 Obama Agrees Not to Extradite US Fugitives from Cuba >Click Here
  • 10/15/16 Cuban Dictatorship Goverened More Severely >Click Here
  • 4/1/16   Celebran en un Hotel Doble-Confiscado >Click Here
  • 3/19/16 Obama's Efforts to Ease US Restrictions >Click Here
  • 3/17/16  Direct Mail Service Resumed > Click Here


  • 3/17/16  US Eases Security for Ships Visiting Cuba  >Click Here
  • 3/17/16  Carnival Starts Taking Cuba Bookings  >Click Here
  • 3/15/16  New Regulatory Changes to Cuba Sanctions >ClickHere
  • 3/15/16  Obama Eases Travel Rules to Cuba >Click Here
  • 1/28/16  US Allows Credit Export to Cuba >Click Here
  • 1/26/16  Obama Administration Further Relaxes Sanctions >Click Here
  • July 2015 Re-Establishment of Diplomatic Relationships
  • May 2015 Removal of Cuba from State Sponsors of Terrorism List


  • Ten Companies Already Doing Business with Cuba >Click Here


"Cuba is a totalitarian state. Investing in Cuba necessarily requires investing in partnership with the Cuban government, and more specifically with the Cuban military."   Dr. José Azel   >Link to Azel Perspective Section

Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) questioned Treasury Secretary Jack Lew about the eased sanctions to Castro regime in Cuba during a State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Subcommittee hearing on March 15, 2016.

1/26/2016 Atlantic City, N.J. – US Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) today issued the following statement regarding the latest announcement by the Obama administration to lift restrictions that allow the financing of American exports to Cuba.

“Today’s action by the Administration is a contravention of the law – the will of Congress, and the people who elected us, and a betrayal to those brave Cubans who have raised their voices in support of freedom, only to be silenced by a regime we are now helping. Put simply, exporting to Cuba means exporting to the regime and its state-owned enterprises solely controlled by the Castro family; it will do nothing to empower the Cuban people. >Read Full Article



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