Cuba Begins Surprise Audits

HAVANA TIMES, April 20 — The newly created Comptroller’s office in Cuba announced it will carry out hundreds of surprise audits of state business firms and institutions through May 21, hoping to verify the use of resources, informed IPS on Tuesday.

Corruption at all levels is widely recognized as a leading problem facing the future of Cuba’s 51-year-old revolution.

2 thoughts on “Cuba Begins Surprise Audits

  • Good news, but this new office seems to be an attempt to treat the symptoms of the underlying problem: state, not cooperative employee ownership of the instruments of production.

  • Good bad there was so much trust? .. Companies living in or doing biz in Cuba have been stealing for yrs..I hope there isd a penalty..All they have done is hurt the people and blame Castro?

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