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Mexican Senate Approves Legislation Countering U.S. Sanctions on Cuba

LADB Article ID: 55521
Category/Department: Mexico
Date: 1996-09-25
By: LADB Staff

In late September, the Mexican Senate unanimously approved a bill designed to counter the US government's punitive and controversial Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act, also known as the Helms-Burton law. The bill, which passed by a 118-0 margin, establishes fines equivalent to US$300,000 for companies that submit to "extraterritorial sanctions" imposed by any foreign government.

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