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Doing Business in Havana

While you can't do business with Cuba directly, you can invest in a foreign company that does.
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Despite stringent laws and numerous restrictions, some business opportunities with Cuba are authorized for U.S. individuals. American businesses can invest in foreign companies that conduct business in Cuba as long as the U.S. investor only holds a minority stake in the foreign company.

Excerpted from Grow Your Business

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