The new foreign investment law passed unanimously last Saturday by Cuba’s National Assembly is a key component of President Raul Castro’s program to “update” the economy. Castro deemed the law so important that he called the assembly into special session to pass it rather than wait for the regularly scheduled session in July.


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Date Title
8/19/14 Why Russia and Cuba Are Partying Like It's 1962
By Lucy Westcott and Bill Powell, Newsweek
8/19/14 A Castro breaks tradition with ‘no’ vote in Cuba
AP, The Washington Post
8/19/14 Damn Yanquis
Fulton Armstrong, Foriegn Policy
8/14/14 Cubans Await Construction Of 1st New Catholic Church Since 1959 Revolution
Fox News Latino
8/14/14 Cuba marks Castro's 88th with tributes, photo show
Peter Orsi, El Nuevo Herald
8/12/14 Supporting private enterprise to thrive in Cuba
Charles Shapiro, UCSD
8/12/14 After offshore oil failure, Cuba shifts energy focus
Reuters
8/12/14 StartUp Cuba, one entrepreneur at a time
Fernando Gonzalez, Knight Foundation Blog
8/11/14 Cuba's Fledgling Entrepreneurs Visit Miami For Capitalist Consultation
Tim Padgett, WLRN
8/11/14 Cuban women say their businesses are doing well
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald