The Republic of Cuba will not be a legislative priority for the individual sworn into office on 20 January 2017.
Irrespective of rhetoric, there will be far too many legislative and regulatory issues with nationwide and global implications for any political capital to be invested and directed towards the bilateral relationship with the Republic of Cuba.
However, there may be diplomatic changes and/or regulatory changes which may expand or may constrict commercial opportunities.
What constrains a candidate is often different than what constrains a president.
This is what the landscape might resemble- 14 questions and potential actions by each candidate: CLICK HERE
U.S. - Cuba Trade and Economic Council, Inc.
Established in 1994, the U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council provides an efficient and sustainable educational structure in which the United States business community may access accurate, consistent, and timely information and analysis on matters and issues of interest regarding United States-Republic of Cuba commercial, economic, and political relations.