We told you you'd miss us when we were gone;
Cuba’s National Assembly is expected at a special session on Saturday to approve a new law that will pave the way for private foreign investment “in all sectors” – with the exception of education and health – as the government seeks ways to help bring money to the island’s fledging economy.Even the Castros can't break the educrat monopoly? But what about old, bad habits;
Investment properties “cannot be expropriated except for public use or social interest reasons,” according to one report. But if this occurs, the investor will receive full compensation.A Cuban bond with Fidel's portrait on it?
Currently, there is some foreign investment in the island, but it is mostly centered on the tourist industry.Can't imagine why.