"I have repeatedly e-mailed, visited the offices and sent my representative to the offices of a company I did business with for years and which owes me money, and they simply refuse to talk to me."
- Canadian investor in Cuba whose local bank account has been frozen and is owed millions by one of the Castro regime's companies, "Foreign Suppliers in Cuba Fret Over Payments Crisis," Reuters, September 29, 2009.
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