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U.S. hotel group Marriott to leave Cuba on Washington’s orders

U.S. hotel group Marriott to leave Cuba on Washington’s orders

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Marriott, the first US multinational to set up in Cuba since the 1959 revolution, will have to leave the country by the end of August, on the orders of the US authorities, who are tightening sanctions against the communist government.

 

Marriott International has been notified by the U.S. Treasury Department that we must stop operating the Four Points Sheraton in Havana, Cuba, by August 31st.” A spokeswoman for the group told AFP on Friday.

 

In addition, “we will no longer be allowed to open the other hotels in Cuba that we had in preparation.

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