The Laws and Legal System of a Free-market Cuba: A Prospectus for Business
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 200 páginas
Using a practical, results-oriented approach, Travieso-Diaz organizes his book into three parts. In Part One, he discusses the specific political and economic changes that must occur and how U.S. policy must be modified to permit resumption of commerce between the two countries. Part Two covers the main legal concerns of a foreign business entity seeking to invest in Cuba, such as the resolution of property confiscation claims by U.S. and Cuban nationals, the enactment of a suitable foreign investment law, and the development of a program for the privatization of state-owned enterprises. Part Three surveys other legal issues important to foreign investors and to others who prefer trade with Cuba, rather than investment in it. Travieso-Diaz also provides checklists of changes that must occur in each area he covers--trade, investment, privatization--to provide business decisionmakers with a way of determining when it makes sense to enter the Cuban market. He also identifies the laws that the Cuban government must enact, and the most favorable form they should take, to encourage full participation from other nations.
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2 Repeal of United States Legislation Imposing a Trade Embargo Against Cuba
3 Changes to Cubas Legal Infrastructure
4 Resolution of Expropriation Claims Against Cuba
5 Foreign Investment Legislation
6 Privatization Program
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