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What people traveling to Cuba should know about Trump's restrictions

What people traveling to Cuba should know about Trump's restrictions”

Now the William is trying hard to make Trump continue the same as Obama.

The report said that changing the course of the process with Cuba would cost 6.6 billion dollars and more than 12,000 jobs to the USA economy in sectors like hotel and tourism, agriculture, manufacture and trade, among others.

Despite those attitudes, Trump himself will harken back to the 1960s when he announces his new policy on Friday. If the two states did not comprise on the same policy, it might lead towards the destruction of lives.

As well as rolling back Obama's relaxation of travel restrictions, which allowed American cruise ships and airlines to resume scheduled services to Cuba last year for the first time in more than 50 years, Trump is reported to also be considering moves to limit business opportunities for U.S. companies. This is the first time a sitting USA president has visited Cuba in 88 years.

In addition, the US President is also expected to restrict permission for Americans to visit the island, The Guardian says. He stated that he wouldn't let the U.S people down and he follows same as Obama and Hillary Clinton do.

Taking advantage of former president Barack Obama's relaxation of a half-century of travel restrictions, Ferrer, a student from Miami, spent 10 days in Cuba fulfilling her childhood dream, in an emotionally charged journey across Cuba that until recently would have been unthinkable.

"The policy isn't going to do anything new", a source from the office of one Cuban American lawmaker complained.

"Anything that restricts these type of engagements from happening is going to hurt civil society in Cuba and in the USA and our ability to truly understand what's going on on the ground", said Engage Cuba President James Williams on a conference call Wednesday. Marion Smith is the executive director of Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC).

Trump is planning to outline changes during a visit to Miami on Friday, where he'll appear at the Manuel Artime Theater.

The Trump administration is particularly expected to single out GAESA, the Cuban military's business wing. This is at best what former Obama adviser Ben Rhodes called a "tragic irony", given the Trump administration's "complete lack of concern for human rights around the world".

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It is time for the Trump administration to remedy these shortcomings.

Cuban authorities have acceded to some American conditions, including allowing a dramatic expansion of Internet access on the island that has shattered the information monopoly once enjoyed by Cuba's state-run media.

John Gronbeck-Tedesco is the professor at Ramapo College in New Jersey.

But Trump's planned rollback of Obama's policy has drawn opposition from American businesses and the travel industry, which have begun making inroads on the island, as well as many lawmakers, including some of Trump's fellow Republicans. They are the people who voted him and helped him to become a President in America.

"There are a lot of Americans and Cuban-Americans who have family here and more investment would be good for us", he said. He signed off on depriving 23 million Americans of health care coverage in order to tighten the screws on Cuba.

An administration official who briefed reporters Thursday on the Cuba plan said that the president's intent is "not to disrupt existing transactions that have [already] occurred" and that the fate of Starwood's Cuba deals would be handled by regulations to be written by the Treasury and Commerce departments.

On Tuesday, 14 Democratic senators sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urging the White House to consider expanding normalization efforts with Havana, noting the economic and national security benefits of warmer relations with Cuba. The Obama administration eased those restrictions by allowing visitors to merely declare their reason for going, with few questions asked.

Bloomberg reported last July that Trump Organization executives had visited Cuba on several occasions in recent years, including to visit a golf course, despite US restrictions on commercial ventures.

Many Cubans, like Coba, had been banking on the number of American arrivals continuing to grow.



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