Saturday, March 29, 2014

!Yanqui vuelve!

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.

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