According to the report, Paypal, based in Luxembourg, has lifted the block on the account of a company that sells rum, tobacco and other Cuban products in Germany, reported Prensa Latina.
It added that the online shopping portal has promised, for its part, to collect payment for Cuban products in other ways.
The case against PayPal Europe, a subsidiary of eBay U.S. consortium was supported by a dozen online merchants whose accounts were also closed for selling goods from Cuba.
PayPal, for its part, used the U.S. blockade, maintained since the early 1960s against Cuba, as a reason for these closures.
According to their explanations, the company is subject to the laws of the blockade, although it is based in a European country.
With the process in the provincial court of the city of Traunstein in Bavaria, the company W DTS determined to reopen the PayPal account.
According to observers, the agreement between the two sides could serve as example for other similar legal conflicts.
According amerika21.de, PayPal tried to force the defendant to remain silent about the agreement, apparently to avoid a precedent.
Regardless of the outcome of the process, the general political and legal conflict is still pending.
In fact, the court did not decide whether PayPal Europe is subject to the laws of the U.S. blockade.
According to Prensa Latina, the German customs administration has also done investigations to clear up the legal issues.
Meanwhile, representatives of the solidarity movement with Cuba have criticized the failure of the provincial court in Traunstein as insufficient.
The result is satisfactory for German companies, but unfair to Cuba, because German firms are still subject to U.S. embargo laws, said a spokesman for the German Network of Solidarity with Cuba (Netzwerk Cuba) in an interview with Prensa Latina.
According to the activist, the solidarity groups will continue to fight the effects of the blockade in Germany and Europe.