April 5, 2012
Reuters, The Chicago Tribune
HAVANA, April 5 (Reuters) - The Cuban government plans to shake up two underperforming ministries and broaden a project to turn state businesses over to employee cooperatives, state television reported.
The Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Informatics and Communications needed reorganizing, it said on Wednesday night.
The changes, said to have been discussed at the Council of Ministers on Saturday, are part of wide-ranging reforms initiated by President Raul Castro....