- The Export Law Blog digs into last week’s story about a
company accused by the feds of violating the embargo, and is not impressed with the government’s case based on what has been disclosed so far. The company, Platte River Associates, is said to have provided software to Colorado that is used in mapping potential oil exploration areas. According to a Cuba newspaper, it seems the company sold software to Colorado ’s Repsol, not to Spain . Cuba
- Reuters looks at burgeoning Cuba-Venezuela economic ties.
program funding has been frozen by Congress, and USAID is conducting a top-to-bottom review of the program, the Herald reports. Cuba
- A Canadian airline inaugurates
flights, and the Detroit News, from just across the border, speculates that Americans will be aboard. Although, as President Nixon used to say, “That would be wrong.” Windsor-to-Varadero