RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Western Union said on Friday, November 13th, it was suspending U.S. money transfers to Cuba in 10 days due to the Trump administration’s latest sanction on the Communist-run island, in a blow to the many Cubans who rely on remittances from family abroad.
Its customers will now have to find new ways to send transfers against the backdrop of Cuba’s deepest economic crisis since the collapse of the Soviet Union, exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
One route may be in cash via flights from the United States that are resuming next week . . .