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Relations With Cuba Thaw and Work Could Heat Up Business of Law

December 19, 2014, Bloomberg

 Arturo Valenzuela and John Veroneau are mentioned in the article on future business opportunities in Cuba:

"Covington & Burling LLP, in response to Obama’s speech, started what it’s calling a Cuba Working Group “to assist clients in complying with changes in U.S. sanctions, taking advantage of new business opportunities, shaping additional policy changes by the administration or Congress and preserving U.S. claims regarding Cuban property. The group will be helmed by Arturo Valenzuela and former Deputy U.S. Trade Representative John Veroneau."

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