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The Laws And Legal System Of A Free Market Cuba

Author : Matias F. Travieso-Diaz
ISBN : 1567200516
Genre : Business & Economics
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A complete, authoritative discussion--in nontechnical language--of the economic and political conditions, and the basic laws and legal structures, that must exist in Cuba before it's safe for foreign enterprises to do business there.

Investment In The New Cuban Tourist Industry

Author : Mark Michael Miller
ISBN : 1567200923
Genre : Business & Economics
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Practical, detailed advice on how U.S. investors and entrepreneurs can tap into the new, rapidly expanding, but still open market for tourism in Cuba, the island's primary industry.

Selling To Newly Emerging Markets

Author : Russell R. Miller
ISBN : 1567200443
Genre : Business & Economics
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A clear, comprehensive examination of the world's newly emerging markets and the opportunities they hold for U.S. marketers, as well as a cogent discussion of how to enter and benefit from them, with minimum risk.

Economic Normalization With Cuba

Author : Gary Clyde Hufbauer
ISBN : 9780881326833
Genre : Political Science
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Will the Obama administration's decision to normalize relations with Cuba usher in a new era of economic cooperation, trade, and investment between the two countries? This prescient book, published only eight months before President Obama's historic announcement at the end of 2014, provides answers to that question and offers a roadmap for a sequenced lifting of the Cold War era economic sanctions against Cuba. The authors, Gary Clyde Hufbauer and Barbara Kotschwar, lay out the difficulties of achieving a dynamic economic relationship. They caution that a unilateral dismantling of US sanctions without insuring that proper institutions are in place in Cuba could squander this golden opportunity for US companies and hurt Cubans. They argue that US policies should encourage Cuba to liberalize its economy and adopt democratic institutions, so that it does not transition from a Communist dictatorship to a corrupt and authoritarian oligarchy. This farsighted book, produced in anticipation of an opening with Cuba that seemed impossible to some skeptics, is a must-read for anyone interested in the evolution of a historically contentious relationship that promises to evolve productively if the right policies are pursued.

Corruption In Cuba

Author : Sergio Díaz-Briquets
ISBN : 0292714823
Genre : Political Science
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While Fidel Castro maintains his longtime grip on Cuba, revolutionary scholars and policy analysts have turned their attention from how Castro succeeded (and failed), to how Castro himself will be succeeded - by a new government. This is a comprehensive analysis of corruption in Cuba, and prescriptions for minimizing it in the post-Castro era. While Fidel Castro maintains his longtime grip on Cuba, revolutionary scholars and policy analysts have turned their attention from how Castro succeeded (and failed), to how Castro himself will be succeeded - by a new government. Among the many questions to be answered is how the new government will deal with the corruption that has become endemic in Cuba. Even though combating corruption cannot be the central aim of post-Castro policy, Sergio Diaz-Briquets and Jorge Perez-Lopez suggest that, without a strong plan to thwart it, corruption will undermine the new economy, erode support for the new government, and encourage organized crime. In short, unless measures are taken to stem corruption, the new Cuba could be as messy as the old Cuba. Fidel Castro did not bring corruption to Cuba; he merely institutionalized it. Official corruption has crippled Cuba since the colonial period, but Castro's state-run monopolies, cronyism, and lack of accountability have made Cuba one of the world's most corrupt states

Nafta Law And Business Review Of The Americas

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105063006105
Genre : Commercial law
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Transnational Law Contemporary Problems

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ISBN : UCAL:B5130053
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ISBN : UTEXAS:059172146241541
Genre : Latin America
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Guide To International Legal Research

Author : George Washington University Law School International Law Review
ISBN : STANFORD:36105064284578
Genre : Law
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Papers And Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting Of The Association For The Study Of The Cuban Economy Asce

Author : Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy. Meeting
ISBN : 0964908271
Genre : Cuba
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