Helms-Burton Act

NPR's Tom Gjelten reports on the controversy surrounding the Helms-Burton Act, which penalizes certain foreign companies that do business in Cuba. European governments claim the act violates international trade law, and Congress must approve an act that could settle the dispute.

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