Despite Reforms, Cuba's Business Environment To Remain Challenging

The Cuban government has taken renewed steps to encourage private investment and improve its foreign relations in recent months under the leadership of Raul Castro, moderately shifting away from its longstanding state-dominated economic model. However, many remain sceptical that Cuba is truly reaching an inflection point in its attitude toward private enterprise. This podcast features Gregan Anderson, a Country Risk Analyst who covers markets in Latin America and the Caribbean, discussing his views on the island.

This blog is tagged to:
Sector: Country Risk
Geography: Cuba
Tags: Cuba, Caribbean, Country Risk, Business Environment

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