US Restores Diplomatic Ties with Cuba – What Now? – What’s Next?
January 29, 2015
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
On Capital Thinking this week, host Kevin O’Neill is pleased to be joined by guests from Squire Patton Boggs to analyze the implications of historical change in diplomatic relations between the US and Cuba. Joining Kevin first will be Al Cardenas, who will begin by providing an overview of the Executive Action and discuss the political affect and the emotional reactions to the President’s decision. Next, David Schnittger will join Al to look at the policy implications of the changing relationship between the two countries. Then, Dan Waltz will comment on if and how the Executive Action has changed the current embargo and the consequential impacts to certain industries. Finally, focusing on business opportunities, Jack Nadler will provide insights on how the telecom sector could become one of the first significant investment opportunities in a more accessible Cuba.
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