Author

Ricardo Torres

No more drama. Action.

No more drama. Action.

Cuba’s economic trajectory is one that registers an incapacity to generate enough hard currency to cover the nation’s requirements for economic and social development. While hardly exclusive, specific factors converge here that determine its recurrence, extent and possible solutions.

A crucial moment for Cuba’s tourism industry

A crucial moment for Cuba’s tourism industry

Two very different roads lie when forecasting the future of the tourism industry on the island. One will take Cuba to little more than expanding the scale of the last 25 years. The other foresees a more diversified and differentiated destination: an unrepeatable mix that protects both the environment and the country’s patrimony.

The Cuban economy in 2015


The Cuban economy in 2015


The economic data for the end of 2015 — scant as they were — left a bittersweet taste in Cubans’ mouths. There was a mixture of good and not-so-good news.

Cuba and the international financial institutions: Has the time come?

Cuba and the international financial institutions: Has the time come?

In recent years, the issue of Cuba’s incorporation into international financial institutions has slipped into the debate over the island’s economic outlook.

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