Cuba, Early Signs Of A New Entrepreneurial Impulse
Earning cash and starting a business are no longer frowned upon on the island nation, as the rapprochement with the U.S. sets the stage for a different kind of Cuban economy.
HAVANA — The Cubans are not going to forget the picture of Presidents Raúl Castro and Barack Obama talking at the recent Summit of the Americas in Panama.
The slogans of "Down with Imperialism" or "Yes to Cuba, No to Yankees," are a thing of the past. The Caribbean island that defied its powerful neighbor and resisted the tide of history for 50 years as it sought to impose its socialist model, finally understood that this revolutionary energy was exhausted.