Florida-based cruise lines ordered to pay $400 million for use of Cuba port

The cruise port in Havana, Cuba (GPH)Miami U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom on Friday ruled that four Florida-based cruise lines must pay more than $400 million in damages for use of Cuba port.

The damages will need to be paid to the American company that had the concession to some of the port piers in Havana that had been unlawfully expropriated by Fidel Castro in 1960, according to CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald.

Full story https://www.cbsnews.com/miami/news/norwegian-cruise-line-ordered-to-pay-110-million-for-use-of-cuba-port/


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