A Wrong Perception of Foreign Participation in Developing Cuban Tourism



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  • It is always rough when you are walking ‘ in the back foot.’ And some don’t know it too.
    Manuel.

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  • Excellent! I had always thought that the foreign partnership in tourism was more like 50/50, but the picture painted above suggests that the lion’s share of investment in the sector is held domestically. While this is obviously a feather in the national headress, it makes me think that there would end up being less of an international outcry when the bombs start flying. Mind-you, there would have to be an evacuation announcement from the state department, preceeding any aerial assault because other countries would probably object to their top-end vacationers being blown to bits, by “mistake”. Interesting catch-22.

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