Cuba Cuts Back Questionable Investments

HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 28 — Thirty-five per cent of the investments begun in Cuba do not meet the requirements established by the Ministry of Economy and Planning, which is why it suspended 78 important investments for the island programmed for 2011, the official Granma daily reported. According to the source, the cause of the violations is “a high degree of willfulness,” which ignores “in many cases the feasibility studies”, reported IPS.