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July 28, 2020

How Might U.S. Sanctions Policy Change Next Year?

Latin American Advisor

International Trade Partner Seth Stodder was interviewed by Latin American Advisor about how the upcoming presidential election in the United States could affect sanctions against Latin American countries. Mr. Stodder commented specifically on how a Biden presidency could shift U.S. foreign policy in this region, saying that although he would expect little to no changes with regard to Venezuela, Guyana and Nicaragua, there could be potential business opportunities in Cuba. He cautioned, however, that an immediate resumption of normalization efforts as seen under former President Barack Obama seems unlikely, given Biden's criticism of human rights abuses by the Cuban government.

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