Informacion economica sobre Cuba

Cuba’s Small Entrepreneurs: Down But Not Out
2006-11-03 Lexington Institute, September 2006
Philip Peters, Vice President, Lexington Institute

School’s out in Havana, and Ricardo, a mechanic who quit his government
job, gets busy in his driveway making milkshakes and money. Students in
uniform line up as he spoons mango slices, powdered milk, ice, water,
and sugar into his blender, then serves the shakes and an occasional
pizza. He hustles, knowing that for all the decisions Cuba’s government
makes about the economy, his earnings depend on him alone.

The whole study on Cuba’s cuentapropistas:
http://lexingtoninstitute.org/docs/cubas_small_entrepreneurs.pdf

http://www.miscelaneasdecuba.net/web/article.asp?artID=7604


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