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CubaBrief: Cuban dictatorship’s economic reforms seek more control over economy and less cash in the black market. Cubans told not enough fish in waters surrounding Cuba, but tourists told different.

The micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MIPYMEs) do not represent free enterprise in Cuba. Without the rule of law, investors and entrepreneurs are subject to the arbitrary diktats of regime officials who remain antagonistic to free markets and regard Cubans who become successful through their own private ventures with suspicion. Analysts in Spain described reforms around MIPYMEs in Cuba as “one step forward, two steps back.”



John Suarez, Executive Director
Center for a Free Cuba

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