Engaging the Cuban People: Here’s What President Obama Will Be Doing in Cuba
Ben Rhodes

I wonder who will be the small private sector representatives will participate in the meeting with Obama.
We just have small businesses, primarily restaurants, and lodging, the state is not allowed to develop the private sector.
The cooperative sector, which was seen as a business alternative of greater influence in the economy, has barely grown and only in areas where the Cuban government is interested. Most cooperatives have been approved in Havana, in the provinces are almost nonexistent.
There is still the idea that no one would make the state enterprise competition, a mistake in my opinion.
The Cuban economy depends on all Cubans, not just the state system.

Cubans have many internal barriers

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