Appeasement DA 2 - Michigan7 2013

Offinallynormalisingourdiplomaticrelations

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Unformatted text preview: Department of Treasury, “CUBAN CIGAR UPDATE” 4/19/13 http://www.treasury.gov/resource­ center/sanctions/Documents/ccigar2.pdf, RLA) There is now an across the board ban on the importation ¶ into the United States of Cuban­origin cigars and other ¶ Cuban­origin tobacco products, as well as most other ¶ products of Cuban origin. This prohibition extends to such ¶ products acquired in Cuba, irrespective of whether a ¶ traveler is licensed by OFAC to engage in Cuba travelrelated transactions, and to such products acquired in ¶ third countries by any U.S. traveler, including purchases ¶ at duty free shops . Importation of these Cuban goods is ¶ prohibited whether the goods are purchased directly by the ¶ importer or given to the importer as a gift. Similarly, ¶ the import ban extends to Cuban­origin tobacco products ¶ offered for sale over the Internet or through the catalog ¶ mail purchases . Prior to August 1, 2004, persons returning ¶ to the United States who were licensed under the ¶ Regulations to engage in Cuba...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2013 for the course DEBATE 101 taught by Professor None during the Summer '12 term at Berkeley.

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