Cuba recently announced reforms to boost its private sector, including opportunities for entrepreneurs to form small business entities and engage in import/export activities.

Question of the Week: Cuba recently announced reforms to boost its private sector, including opportunities for entrepreneurs to form small business entities, engage in import/export activities (through state companies) and for restaurants to buy from wholesale markets. The island government also plans to loosen its restrictions on the types of private businesses Cuban citizens may start.

What do you think? Will these changes last or are they only a stop-gap during the pandemic? All results are anonymous.

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