Helms bill on Cuba sparks Canada's ire over `bully' tactics

Clayton, Mark
May 1995
Christian Science Monitor;5/25/95, Vol. 87 Issue 126, p7
Reports that Canada pulled out all the restraints to help defeat US legislation that aims to penalize nations that allow their companies to do business with Cuba. Details.


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