updated Mon. November 20, 2023
Viet Nam News
April 13, 2018
Cuba is pursuing more open economic policies while amending many old ones to integrate with the global economy. ... The delegation will introduce to Cuban investors HCM City's business climate and some key projects in transportation, infrastructure development, education, healthcare and hi-techÃâÃÂ ...
April 12, 2018
Some form of partnership or cooperation with Cuban entities is likely to be required. Cuba, which has been largely dependent on cheap oil imports from Venezuela, is trying to refurbish its ageing energy infrastructure as it opens up to the wider world. Gas is seen as a natural option while it pursuesÃâÃÂ ...
April 6, 2018
In total, Cuba has received the equivalent of more than $1.2 billion in loans from Iran since 2005. With this financing, Cuba has begun to make critical investments in the rehabilitation of Soviet-era infrastructure. Iran is funding some 60 projects, ranging from the acquisition of 750 Iranian-made rail cars to theÃâÃÂ ...
April 4, 2018
To pull Cuba from its economic morass, he must introduce urgent reforms to eliminate economic distortions such as the use of two national currencies and inefficient state industries. He must also attract private foreign investment to generate new exports and rebuild Cuba's decaying infrastructure, and allowÃâÃÂ ...
March 20, 2018
Cuba cannot afford the infrastructure upgrade to make home DSL "available, accessible, and affordable for all" and if they could it would require an enormous investment in obsolete technology. But, could they provide widespread 3G mobile? Doing so would require more base stations and more backhaulÃâÃÂ ...
Public Finance International
December 31, 1999
The embargo forced Cuba into a series of dependent relationships – most recently with Venezuela – and also helps to explain severe under-investment, reflected visibly in crumbling infrastructure. But nor are Cuban policymakers blameless – and mismanagement has exacerbated long-term structuralÃâÃÂ ...