What The Future Holds For Cuba's Economy

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Ted Henken, associate professor of sociology and Latin American studies, Baruch College
Enrique Pumar, chair of the sociology department, Catholic University of America
Sergio Diaz-Briquets, author of Conquering Nature: The Environmental Legacy of Socialism in Cuba

In Cuba, President Raul Castro has plans to reform the economy, but many challenges lie ahead before the country can move forward. Many of the changes are being implemented slowly because of resistance from within the Communist Party.

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