Cuba Cuts Down on Investments

HAVANA TIMES, June 21 – The Cuban authorities have begun to reduce investments to “concentrate on the indispensable,” said Deputy Minister of Economy and Planning Julio Vázquez. According to the official, the island has readjusted the 2009 growth plan due to the drop in its income, reported IPS.

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  • Perhaps this is best being as there are more pressing needs. Soon all of this will change and Cubans will be in a position to buy whatever they need.


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