Entrepreneurship in Cuba

A spectre is haunting Cuba — the spectre of entrepreneurship:

“Private business was not favourably looked upon in Cuba just a year ago. An entrepreneur was even viewed as a criminal, a delinquent,” says Father Yosvani Carvajal, director of the centre. “Today businessmen are viewed as contributing to society and the economy, but with what tools? We are going to provide those tools … how to start and run a business, marketing and the like.”

Cuba opens doors to MBA studies – FT


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