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Florida banking group pushed for sanctions exemption for ordinary Venezuelans

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
An industry group representing Florida banks pushed for an exemption to U.S. sanctions on Venezuela that were issued last week, executives said on Tuesday, arguing the measures had affected customers with no ties to President Nicolas Maduro.
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