May 30, 2014
The Washington Post
HAVANA — The head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has a prescription for communist-run Cuba’s struggling economy: less government control and a heavier dose of the open market.
In a speech at the University of Havana, Chamber president and CEO Thomas J. Donohue cautiously praised what he saw during a visit to evaluate economic reforms that have hundreds of thousands of islanders working independently of the state...
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