Wal-Mart told Cuban pajamas fit Canada even if US bans them

Clayton, Mark
March 1997
Christian Science Monitor;3/10/97, Vol. 89 Issue 71, p7
Focuses on a United States law, which prohibits trade with Cuba. Concerns of a customer about men's pajamas in Wal-Mart store in Winnipeg, Toronto; Information on the Helms-Burton law; Reason Canada is against the Helm-Burton law; Criticism against Canada.


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