One of the few foreign energy companies working in Cuba said the momentum is moving in its favor as the U.S. government eases restrictions on its Cold War foe. The Cuban government in 2014 enacted legislation offering corporate tax credits to encourage foreign investments. The U.S. government the same year started easing a 54-year trade embargo on Cuba and later reopened its embassy in Havana. Last week, the U.S. President Barack Obama issued an executive directive that could open Cuba to a role in institutions like the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, which Washington said could provide an advantage to the Cuban economy. MEO Australia Ltd. is one of the few foreign companies operating […]