Vendors wait for customers at their stalls, with prices tagged in Cuban pesos, at a market in Havana (REUTERS/Desmond Boylan).
A dynamic, independent private sector is rapidly emerging in Cuba, despite the dominance of the state-run socialist system. The private sector is quickly absorbing workers laid off from the state, enlarging its growing middle classes and defining a new Cuba. In this report, Richard Feinberg makes recommendations on what the Cuban and U.S. governments can do to cultivate a more inclusive economy, bringing prosperity to the wider population. Read More ›