Of course more regulations….
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The scope of President Obama’s move to relax Cuban travel and business restrictions hinges largely on the strength of regulations required under the action, according to advocates of improved relations with the nation.
The policy shift requires the Treasury and Commerce departments to draw up revised rules governing exports, banking and travel between the two countries — and groups wasted little time in pressing regulators to act forcefully.
“President Obama has said very clearly that he wants them to be bold and big,” said Mavis Anderson, a senior associate with the Latin America Working Group.
“The president was clear that these are his wishes and this is what he’s directing his administration to do,” she added. “He wants it to be easy and accessible for people to travel to Cuba, trade and import goods.”