Daily Archives: September 20, 2011
Cuban businesses freer to advertiseAFP September 20, 2011, 3:08 pm
HAVANA (AFP) – Small businesses, freer to tout services after President Raul Castro's economic reforms, are hanging advertisements in Cuban cities that vie for attention with patriotic communist slogans.
The… Continue reading
Illiteracy Knocking on Cuba's DoorsSeptember 20, 2011Alfredo Fernandez
If it doesn't allow free access to the Internet soon, Cuba will be a country of virtual illiterates in the next few years.
The New Technologies of Information and Communications (NTICs) have… Continue reading
Entrepreneurs Emerge As Cuba Loosens Controlby Nick MiroffSeptember 20, 2011
Since Cuba's communist government loosened its grip on the economy, thousands of small private businesses have sprung up.
It's a new frontier for budding capitalists, but competition is fierce and… Continue reading
Your Money, My Money, The Money… / Miriam CelayaMiriam Celaya, Translator: Norma Whiting
Some signs are so "timely" that they cannot be by chance. A few days ago (Tuesday September 13th, 2011, p. 5.) the newspaper Granma published a full… Continue reading