Cuban Economy to Restore Geopolitics from the Cold War

October 14th, 2014   Theme: Cuba Libre!

The estimated growth in Cuba’s capital stock fell to 7.8% of GDP last year, close to its level of 5.4% in 1993 when then Cuban economy was near a breakdown. Counter-measures make it harder for the regime to attract the aimed goal of an annual foreign investment of 2.5 billion USD, diplomatic sources say, and the regime must now rely on further investments from Russia and China, whose leaders recently visited the country.

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