Report summaryThe US embargo severely limits foreign E&P activity in Cuba. Further, high currency risks as the country moves to abandon its dual currency system, antiquated infrastructure and environmental concerns create a challenging operating environment. However, a shift in status quo is inevitable as the Castro era comes to an end, suggesting a possible relaxation of sanctions sooner rather than later. The government is also gradually liberalising the economy and improving the business environment.
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- Cuba risk brief PDF - 696.47 KB 11 Pages, 1 Tables, 4 Figures
- Research methodology country and asset risk.pdf PDF - 251.22 KB