U.S. Companies With A Presence In Cuba Since 17 December 2014 Eight Sales Offices No Manufacturing/Assembly Operations Licenses Issued By OFAC/BIS Not Yet Disclosed & Implemented
With the Republic of Cuba, United States-based companies engage in the export of products, import of products, provision of services and horizontal Direct Foreign Investment (DFI).
The global gross revenues of the fifty-seven (57) listed companies exceeds US$1 trillion and the companies employ approximately 2 million within the United States and other countries; not including revenue/employees from the United States Postal Service (USPS).
The list does not include most travel agents and tour operators, the majority of whom have arrangements with Republic of Cuba government-operated Havanatur Celimar, Asistur, Gaviota and other Republic of Cuba government-operated companies to market itineraries.
This list does not include United States-based companies that have exported food products and agricultural commodities (Trade Sanctions Reform and Export Enhancement Act of 2000; TSREEA) and medical equipment, medical instruments, medical supplies, medicines, and pharmaceutical products (Cuban Democracy Act of 1992; CDA).
There is horizontal DFI in the Republic of Cuba by United States-based companies as represented by Marriott International (subsidiary Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide), Deere & Company, Caterpillar, United Airlines, Jet Blue Airways, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, ABC Charters, and Cuba Travel Services.
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