Weekly Roundup: Trump to Reinstate Sanctions Against Cuba, US Senators to Introduce New Sanctions Against Russia, and More

President Donald Trump this month is expected to announce the re-imposition of restrictions on U.S. persons traveling to Cuba and U.S. companies transacting with Cuban military-controlled firms, The New York Times reported. More The chairman and ranking member of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee announced a bipartisan agreement to introduce legislation that would impose new sanctions on corrupt Russian officials and human rights abusers and expand the Treasury Department's ability to investigate and target illicit financial activity by Russian oligarchs in the United States. More The U.S. Treasury Department blacklisted six companies and three individuals operating out of Russia, Germany,...