U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION TO CONDUCT ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY ON U.S. SANCTIONS ON CUBA
The U.S. International Trade Commission has been authorized by the House Ways and Means Committee to conduct a study about the impact of U.S. saunctions on Cuba.
In the report, the ITC will also describe the Cuban economy, including the country’s trade and investment policies, and the impact that saunctions have had on U.S. exports, imports, employment, consumers and investments.
The ITC must issue its report to Congress and the President by Feb. 15, 2001. A public meeting about the report is scheduled at the ITC in Washington on Sept. 19.
For more information contact James Stamps of the ITC’s Office of Economics at 202-205-3227, or Jonathan Coleman of the agency’s Office of Industries at 202-205-3465.