The April 2015 edition of The Economist features an article entitled “The Thrill of the Thaw” and quotes James Meyer among other international law experts who warn of the many obstacles that lie ahead. In addition to the challenges of obtaining credit, Cuba lacks the energy, food, and infrastructure to support big business and a large number of tourists. Some law firms have drafted Iranian specialists into their Cuba teams to advise on a post-sanctions future, Henry Tricks writes. “We have heard horror stories,” says James Meyer.
To see The Economist article go to: http://www.economist.com/news/americas/21648006-american-business-eager-cross-florida-strait-obstacles-remain-thrill