Odebrecht Construction Inc., a Brazilian engineering and construction company, is suing the State of Florida over a new law that bans governments from hiring companies with business ties to Cuba. The law would prohibit state and local government agencies from awarding contracts worth at least $1 million to companies such as Odebrecht, whose subsidiary is upgrading the Cuban Port of Mariel.
Brazilian engineering/construction firm Odebrecht sues Florida over ban on companies doing business in Cuba
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