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Senator Thomas A. Daschle Discusses Foreign Investment in Cuba in Financial Times

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As ties between Havana and Washington thaw following decades of hostility, U.S. executives have been pouring into Havana. European, Asian, and Latin American investors are eyeing Cuba and trying to get deals ahead of their U.S. rivals.

In this Financial Times article, Senator Thomas A. Daschle, co-chair of the Advisory Board of the Cuba Consortium, notes that, while many businesses are intrigued by the prospect of tapping a virgin market on their doorstep, U.S. companies face obstacles that do not impede many of their international rivals.

"There is a great deal of interest in doing business in Cuba, but there are significant impediments. The Helms-Burton law most particularly is something we're going to have to address," said Senator Daschle.

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