Cuban Economist Predicts Tough Years

HAVANA TIMES, Dec. 14 — The Cuban population will be affected by the economic adjustments begun by the government at least during 2011 and 2012, but “in 2013 I have no doubts the benefits will start to be seen,” affirmed Joaquín Infante, National Economy Prize winner. “We have no other alternative but to rectify so many things,” said the expert, who recognized mistakes made in the management of Cuba’s economy over the last five decades, reporto IPS.

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